Great Britain is known for Big Ben, Madame Tussauds, Piccadilly, the red double-deckers, the Buckingham Palace, the British pound, Wimbledon, and it will also be known for the first Selfie Factory beginning this August.
The exhibit features over 10 unique environments, including a giant ball pit room, doughnut wall and confetti cove.
In this “museum”, taking photos is not only allowed, it is the only purpose.
The exhibit, which opens in Brighton, has the potential to become a global sensation. It will open on August 23.
Selfie Factory was the brainchild of three 25-year-old pals who encountered the concept in Los Angeles, UK's Metro reports.
– People are sharing more and more photos of themselves and sometimes go to great lengths to capture the perfect snap – says director Will Bowers.
– Our goal is to create an environment where anyone can come in, have a load of fun and leave with some really cool pictures they can show their friends – he pointed out.