Please note that this experience is now over. The Grey’s Anatomy Gallery Exhibit in West Hollywood has now opened. The pop-up, hosted by PopSugar, was created to get fans excited for season 15. Is the pop up worth visiting? Yes and no. It does have some fun stuff to see. However, it is very small and has more fan art than actual props from the show. Considering how impressive some of the other pop-ups have been like Freeform’s Mermaid one the Grey’s Anatomy one hardly stands out.

the grey's anatomy Gallery exhibit

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grey's anatomy exhibit

There are some really cute photo spots so if you’re okay with putting up with traffic all for the gram then be sure to stop by. However, keep in mind that you can easily see everything in less than 20-30 minutes depending on how crowded the exhibit is. There were less than 10 people when I went which made for a quick visit.

grey's anatomy fan art

The exhibit does not have a parking lot so be sure to keep an eye out for any metered parking spots. Unfortunately, the nearby residential streets do not have any free street parking.

We spoke with LA adventurer Lena from Lenazilla on Instagram for the LA Dreaming Podcast all about pop up experiences in LA. You can listen to the podcast through Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, or Podbean.

the grey's anatomy gallery exhibit

I stopped watching Grey’s Anatomy a few seasons ago however, I still knew what the majority of the art pieces were about. So many of the art pieces touch on some major and popular moments in the show’s history. I cannot believe they are starting season 15. I remember when my sister became obsessed with this show in high school.

If you’re a Marilyn Monroe fan you can drive to the nearby Paley Center for the Media in Beverly Hills to see their exhibit.

You can check out the video of my experience below.

Interested in Los Angeles Pop Ups that are still open? Check out my ultimate guide to pop up events in LA here.

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Michelle Ares is the founder and creative director of LA Dreaming. I have a passion for Southern California and love sharing my adventures and experiences with you. I love to travel, find new places to check out, and watch movies. You can follow me on Instagram @la.dreaming

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