Did visiting The Egg House in New York leave you dreaming of your next breakfast-themed adventure – or perhaps was it your visit to the Brooklyn Dream Machine that got those ideas spinning? Well, the latest colorful, Instagram-ready, interative museum destination is here, in the form of the Hall of Breakfast in Salt Lake City, Utah.
From June 9 to July 9, 2018, you can visit the fun pop-up experience that pays tribute to waffles, donuts, cereal, pancakes, and more of your favorite early morning treats. Because it’s the most important meal of the day, after all.
“Our tribute to that morning moment when anything feels possible, Hall of Breakfast is an interactive pop-up art experience celebrating everything about breakfast, from the trivial to the transcendent,” the organizers shared on the museum’s website. Bask in the light of an egg yolk sunrise. Slide down a bacon slide. Swing on a donut swing. Snap a pic with a pineapple flamingo as you lounge in a giant neon fruit bowl. Founded, curated, and created by a group of artists who share the same belief- breakfast is the most important meal of the day. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we’ve never been more serious about breakfast.”
The museum is open from 10 AM to 9 PM everyday, except it’s closed on Tuesdays.
General admission tickets are $20, kids under 12 are $15, and kids under 3 are free. Or, you can pick up a family pack of tickets for $60, which can be used for two kids and two adults. You must purchase your tickets in advance, and there’s a 6 ticket per person maximum. As an added bonus, for every ticket purchased for the Hall of Breakfast, the organizers donate back to the Utah Food Bank.
Not in Salt Lake City? Keep an eye out, as the organizers are expected to debut new pop-up locations soon!