Tiffany Trump channeled her inner child while playing with bubbles and snacking on cotton candy at Dream Machine, an interactive pop-up in Brooklyn.
The 24-year-old first daughter has been sharing throwback photos and videos from her recent visit, and one Instagram clip shows her twirling around in a room filled with bubbles.
‘Never too old to play with bubbles,’ she captioned a picture and video of herself enjoying the interactive experience.
Don’t burst her bubble: Tiffany Trump, 24, took to Instagram this week to share photos and videos from her recent visit to Dream Machine, an interactive pop-up in Brooklyn
Loving it: One clip shows the first daughter twirling around in a room filled with bubbles
The temporary pop-up, which costs $38 per ticket, is an Instagram-friendly playground featuring 10 dream-inspired rooms that flow into one another.
On Wednesday, Tiffany posted a photo of herself eating bubblegum pink cotton candy while hanging out inside Dream Machine’s faux laundromat.
She is pictured sitting on plastic chair below a neon sign that reads: ‘Drop Off & Selfie Service.’
Her legs are crossed, and she is licking the cotton candy she is holding in her hand. A white camera is laying next to her leg, and she has her star-covered purse propped up in the chair next to her.
‘100% Cotton (Candy) #handlewithcare #dreammachine,’ she captioned the image.
Selfie Service: Tiffany posted a photo of herself eating bubblegum pink cotton candy while hanging out inside Dream Machine’s faux laundromat
Same outfit: While it’s unclear when Tiffany visited Dream Machine, she posted a photo of herself in the pop-up’s rainbow hallway at the start of the month
Although Tiffany has been posting images from her time at Dream Machine over the past few days, it’s unclear when she actually visited.
At the start of the month, she shared a photo of herself standing in the pop-up’s rainbow hallway, writing: ‘I Dream In Colors That Don’t Exist.’
Tiffany is wearing the same $648 black Fendi logo T-shirt, black skinny jeans, and black peep-toe booties that she has on in the other snapshots she posted this week.
The law student at Georgetown University is actually back in Washington, D.C. after spending the first half of her summer bouncing back and forth between New York City and the Hamptons.
Tiffany took to Instagram Stories early Thursday morning to share a photo of herself posed on a couch, surrounded by girlfriends.
Hanging out: Tiffany took to Instagram Stories early Thursday morning to share a photo of herself posed on a couch with friends in Washington, D.C.
Hangin’! Tiffany enjoyed last weekend in the Hamptons with her mom Marla Maples
The picture shows her kicking her leg up in the air, and she tagged Washington, District of Columbia as her location.
Tiffany always seems to be on the go, and last weekend she kicked back on Long Island with her mother Marla Maples and several of her wealthy and well-connected friends.
She spent some time sailing with Marla and enjoying the nice weather, but she also hit up the Montauk hotspot Surf Lodge, where fellow first daughter Malia Obama was spotted hanging out just a week earlier.
On Sunday, Marla shared videos and pictures on Instagram, showing the mother-daughter duo out on a boat in the water, joined by a group of friends.
Tiffany also shared a short video in her Instagram Story, in which she posed and smiled with the sun behind her.
Some fun: Tiffany went to Montauk hotspot Surf Lodge to hang out with some of her wealthy socialite friends last Sunday
Pointed pins: Tiffany and her new male friend Chris Allam were once again seen together last week in the Hamptons
After spending some family time with mom on Sunday, Tiffany headed out for some fun with her friends. She uploaded clips from Surf Lodge, a popular Montauk bar and hotel often visited by celebrities and socialites.
The socialites were out in full force that day, as the band St. Lucia performed outside. While Tiffany only filmed the band, several of her friends shared Instagram posts from the same spot.
She’s also been hanging out with her Chris Allam, who works for the nightclub group Tao Group, and 1Oak owner Richie Akiva — whose Bridgehampton estate she watched fireworks at on the 4th.
Akiva’s party was also attended by a number of people from Tiffany’s crew, including Peter Brant and her best friend Andrew Warren.
Tiffany was not seen with any of her old pals in social media posts, however, and instead stayed by Allam’s side throughout the night.