This fall, the Clinton Presidential Center is bringing back the decade that brought us blockbuster movies, must-see TV, genre-changing music, iconic fashion, collectible toys and the rise of the World Wide Web.
The temporary exhibit, "…Like It’s 1999: American Popular Culture in the 1990s," will bring together various elements from props and scripts to fashion and tech that will tell the story of pop culture in the U.S. at the end of the 20th century.
You won’t want to miss Rose’s dress and Jack’s drawing portfolio from "Titanic," scripts from "The West Wing," one of Garth Brooks' Stetson Cowboys hats, and a collection of Beanie Babies that were sent to the Clinton family during the White House years.
Museumgoers will have the opportunity to play a variety of interactive games that focus on the era, including '90s trivia, Pogs, a giant crossword puzzle and a '90s-style video game.
Take a trip down memory lane with this totally tubular exhibit on display now through May 25, 2020. For more info, head to the Clinton Center website.
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