OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Omaha's first selfie museum is now open.
The Selfie Spot officially opened its doors to the public on Saturday. Owner Aja Anderson said the response from the community has been fantastic.
A lot of people have showed interest in the interactive museum on social media, and a few even stopped in to check out the various sets.
"Right now we have nine rooms with about 25 different sets,” Anderson said. “Those will rotate quarterly, so every quarter, you might see something different in here. So just because you came in here once doesn't mean the next visit won't be different, because it will always be different."
You can reserve your spot online. The Selfie Spot also has some tickets set aside for walk-ins.
The Selfie Spot is located at 6003 Maple St.