NEW YORK — “Seinfeld” fans are getting an open invitation into Jerry’s apartment.

Hulu teamed up with production shop Magnetic Collaborative to remake Jerry Seinfeld’s TV apartment for the iconic show’s Wednesday release of all nine seasons on the streaming video service.

Hulu created a free memorabilia museum with the world-famous Upper West Side apartment relocated in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. “Seinfeld” lovers can walk through a real-life model of the apartment and see different set items such as the Monk’s Cafe table and booth, the Festivus Pole and George Costanza’s photo shoot set from different episodes. There is also a canvas “brick wall” full of signatures from the show’s many stars, guests and crew.

Larry Thomas, who played the memorable Soup Nazi, believes “Seinfeld” remains popular because of the show’s relationships and the crazy situations its main characters – Jerry, Kramer, Elaine and George – found themselves in.

“When humor is this finely crafted it never gets old,” Thomas said.

The pop-up exhibit is open through Sunday at Milk Studios. Admission is free.