‘The Office’ Interactive Fan Experience is Just a Short Roadtrip from West MI
Bears. Beats. Battle Star Galactica. Presumably that and more you'll be able to experience at “The Office Experience”, a 17-room, two-story interactive exhibit opening soon just a short drive from West Michigan.
Opening on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile October 15, fans of TV Show "The Office" can meander through the cubicles of Dunder Mifflin, visit Schrute farms, relive Jim and Pam's romance, and maybe even rifle through Michael Scott's desk to see if he's written any more screen plays like Threat Level: Midnight, starring himself as "Agent Michael Scarn".
According to Block Club Chicago, the exhibit was created by Superfly X and Universal Live Entertainment in consultation with the show’s U.S. creator Greg Daniels. The folks behind “The Office Experience” say,
The world of The Office will come to life with iconic set recreations, original show costumes and props, and opportunities for fans to engage with the show in new ways.
The pop-up immersive experience is running through Jan. 17, 2022 at 540 N. Michigan Ave., at the corner of Michigan Ave and Ohio Street, part of The Shops at North Bridge.
Tickets start at $37.50 and are on sale now here. Each session is approximately 60-90 minutes.
You'll even be able to shop for "The Office" merch at a gift shop that's decked out to look like the Warehouse. Maybe you'll find something worthy enough to start your own "Finer Things Club". I desperately need a shirt that says "Break me off a piece of that Fancy Feast," so maybe I'll make the trip!