If spending a day at the museum sounds like a buzzkill to you, what about if it's a Beyoncémuseum exhibit? More exciting now? Thought so.
Even though Beyoncé isn't eligible to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame until 2022, she's still getting her own exhibit at the museum because, well, because she's Beyoncé.
Some of the 32-year-old superstar's most memorable outfits from her career will be on display at the exhibit, opening next Tuesday in Cleveland's Rock Hall.
So if you've ever wanted to see Bey's "Single Ladies" leotard up close in person, get yourself to Cleveland, stat!
Other Queen Bee getups that will be on display include the Givenchy gown she wore to the 2012 Met Ball, her Rubin Singer bodysuit from her 2013 Super Bowl performance and her J Brand cutoff jean shorts from her "Crazy in Love" music video.
The exhibit will be held in a place typically reserved for Hall of Famers, but because Bey is a legend in her own right, we're not surprised the museum made an exception.
"We felt that [Beyoncé] really needed to take her rightful place alongside Aretha Franklin and the Supremes and Janis Joplin," said Rock Hall curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger .
And this isn't the first time that the Rock Hall has featured a more contemporary pop star's costume. Back in 2012, Lady Gaga's infamous meat dress was on display.
Which of Bey's outfits would you most want to see up-close and personal?