Mad Men will be returning for its final (half) season in April, and to celebrate, the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York, is hosting an exhibit dedicated to the show's sets, costumes, and props, which will include a recreation of Don Draper's office and the Draper kitchen. (Which means no Draper apartment, but we'll live.) On March 14th, "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men" will kick off a series of major events around the country celebrating Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner's vision of the '60s.
The Museum of the Moving Image's exhibit will feature large-scale sets including Don Draper's SC&P office (complete with liquor cabinet, of course) and the Draper kitchen from the Ossining home, where many a marital fight broke out. Also on display will be costumes including Don's suit and Megan Draper's "Zou Bisou Bisou" dress. Weiner himself will also appear at the museum for a talk on the creation of the series on March 20th.
*Takes very serious mid-day office nap in anticipation*