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Gallery: Happy Place

By Habeba Mostafa

Dec. 11, 2017 5:13 p.m.

Happy Place is a pop-up exhibit in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles. It opened Nov. 20.

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Composed of 13 vibrant rooms, Happy Place is open until Jan. 7, 2018. Tickets for general admission are $30.

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These custom-made heels are the first attraction of the exhibit. Customized M&M's are also handed out to visitors.

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''Live, Laugh, Love'' reflects the theme of the exhibit, which is spreading a message of happiness.

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This Valentine’s Day room will make you love Happy Place and all that it has to offer.

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A mother poses with her children in a bright yellow room.

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Selfie-loving guests stop by this mirror display for a new perspective.

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People who choose to jump into this pot of gold will be filmed with the Boomerang app.

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A room filled with flowers creates a walk-in-a-meadow experience.

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Visitors can play in confetti and make snow angels.

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This birthday-themed room gives guests complementary cake pops as well as the opportunity to blow out life-sized candles.

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A selfie station is located at the end of the museum, along with a gift shop and a food truck serving rainbow-colored grilled cheese.

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