A new attraction has opened in Orlando, Fla. that offers fans the chance to step into the worlds of their favorite television shows — Fourth Wall, currently located at Pointe Orlando on International Drive.
Fourth Wall is a company that rebuilds sets piece by piece as a work of art, allowing fans to enjoy their favorite shows in new ways. Every aspect of the set and props is researched and recreated to give fans the ultimate experience.
Currently, fans can visit Monica’s apartment from “Friends” and Eric’s basement from “That ’70s Show,” and both will be featured through September 2020.
“We always wondered what happened to the living rooms of our favorite shows after the series have ended. We dreamed of going onto the set of ‘Friends’ and lounging in the coffee shop, or talking nonsense on Seinfeld’s couch with our buddies,” says owner and creator Dustin Anderson. “Unfortunately, most sets are taken down, never to see the light of day again. We take pride in the art of creating life-sized replicas for all fans to experience.”
During these unprecedented times, appointments to visit the sets are spread out to avoid crowding in the lobby area, and each party experiences the sets privately to maintain social distancing. All employees wear face mask and sanitize the furniture between each party. Hand sanitizer is also provided for guests to use before and after their visit.
As of now, tickets to visit Fourth Wall’s sets are sold out through Aug. 15, but there are tickets available now that are valid from Aug. 15 – Sept. 13. Due to popular demand, the exhibit will likely stay in Orlando for the foreseeable future.
Admission grants guests access to both sets, and you can purchase yours at FourthWallSets.com. Check out our video of the sets below: