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We jumped at the chance to party like a guac-star at Tacotopia, a colorful pop-up celebrating tacos this summer in Los Angeles.
The larger-than-life museum is filled with interactive, Instagrammable experiences that will bring a fiesta to your social feed.
The lime swing and foam guac pit were a few we had to try.
We also tested our skill at riding a mechanical taco.
The Scottsdale, Arizona-based West 54 Media created the experience, inspired by the office's own beloved tradition of Taco Tuesdays.
"We just want people to come and have fun," producer Deborah Fiorentino told "Good Morning America."
In addition to the photo opportunities, guests can sample different kinds of hot sauces and receive eats from a neighboring restaurant.
A bottle of Jarritos is also included with a visit. Tickets cost up to $30, depending on your age, while Tuesdays are buy one, get one free.
Tacotopia opened in Texas before moving to Los Angeles -- where you can visit between now and Sept. 2 -- and has plans to tour across the country with stops in Chicago, Miami, New York and Phoenix.