A pop-up O.J. Simpson museum opened Friday morning in Los Angeles's Chinatown district.
The display, located in the city’s Coagula Curatorial Gallery, will be open until Tuesday.
The O.J. Simpson Museum will house artifacts related to Simpson’s 1995 murder trial, which saw him acquitted of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Simpson was later found liable for their deaths in a civil case.
Exhibits at the museum will include a Ford Bronco similar to the one the American football star drove during a bizarre police chase during the investigation into Goldman and Brown Simpson’s murders.
Simpson was granted parole last month after serving nine years of a 33-year sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping.
The charges related to a 2007 incident in which the 70-year-old stormed a Las Vegas hotel room in an attempt to recover sports memorabilia.
Simpson could be out of jail as early as October. He has requested to be paroled in the state of Florida, so that he can be closer to his family.