'The Friends Experience' Brings Classic Sitcom To Newbury St.

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — First came Central Perk Coffee Co., then came the full experience.

Original X Productions will unveil "The Friends Experience" on Newbury St. in Boston May 17.

Allison Niedermeier, Senior Vice President of Revenue Operations at Original X Productions, called the exhibit "three stories of fun-filled entertainment for the ultimate 'Friends' fan."

Attractions include props, costumes and fully recreated sets that let fans pose for pictures as characters from the show.

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"Friends" first debuted on NBC in 1994.

The Boston exhibit will open about eight months after Chandler Bing actor and Williamstown, Mass. native Matthew Perry died suddenly at 54.

A cafe modeled after the one in the show, Central Perk Coffee Co., opened on Newbury St. just weeks after Perry's death.

WBZ NewsRadio's James Rojas (@JamesRojasMMJ) reports.

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