You can now visit a Britney Spears museum and recreate her iconic music videos
By Mirror

Britney Spears

Britney Spears fans are sure to go Crazy for a brand new exhibition celebrating the best of the pop icon's hits and world-famous music videos.

That's because Britney: The Zone will offer nine interactive rooms all paying tribute to the star's videos, from the classroom in Hit Me Baby One More Time to the plane where she played the role of a flight attendant in Toxic.

Other highlights include a Mars-inspired room, with an astronaut ready to propose to you with Titanic's Heart of the Ocean necklace just like in the Oops I Did It Again video.

There will also be heaps of pieces which have been donated by Britney herself, from costumes to memorabilia.

Unfortunately, getting there could be quite the Circus, as the exhibition will be taking place in Los Angeles.

The silver lining is that it will be running until April 26, so there is a window to play with if you're considering a trip to the City of Angels.

Britney Spears as a flight attendant in her video for Toxic in 2004 [Image: Splash News]

Still, if you are lucky enough to head there, then know that Britney herself has already given The Zone her seal of approval.

The classroom celebrating Britney's breakout song Hit Me Baby One More Time [Image: Donn Delson]

Taking to Instagram she gave fans a sneak preview of one of the rooms, the tongue-in-cheek Church of Blackout, known by fans as the Church of Britney.

 "I know this is the room you’ve all been waiting for...." she quipped in the accompanying caption.

It's not just a case of walking around the rooms - there's heaps of opportunity to Do Somethin'.

The rooms all feature interactive features, videos of the star, photo opps and, of course, the chance to show off your moves in choreographies to her biggest hits.

The Circus inspired room [Image: Donn Delson]

For example, you can recreate the moves from Stronger, or have a face off-style dance with a video of Britney to recreate her video for Me Against the Music which featured Madonna.

Then there are other little surprises in store - the Church of Blackout has plenty of fun features for fans to discover as they make their way through.

In fact, tickets include a tech wristband that can be used to get six free specially curate photos and videos which you can then share on social media should you wish to make all of your followers jealous.

The Britney Spears experience has nine interactive rooms [Image: Donn Delson]

 

Even the exterior is a love letter to the star; the building has been painted pink complete with a giant mural paying homage to Britney.

Oh, and if the whole experience leaves you thinking 'Gimme More', there is, of course, a store where you can pick up heaps of themed merchandise to take home.

If you are heading to Los Angeles in the coming months, it's well worth a visit if you're a Britney fan.

The museum opened in January and will be running until late April, with tickets starting from $59.50 - approx sh5,950 - although there have been discounts already on offer as part of the launch.