Even though people pay big to live in this city, most New Yorkers live small, and some live really small.

At the Museum of the City of New York’s special micro-apartment exhibition, there will be a series of seminars that will help people who live in a box learn to think outside of one.

“We’re standing in a 325-square-foot micro-unit,” says Donald Albrecht, a curator with MCNY. “It is 75 square feet smaller than what’s currently allowed in New York City, and over the next few weeks, we’re going to be doing a series of demonstrations that actually show how you can live in such a space.”

From now through Labor Day, visitors can experience the space and gain tips from experts on how to use a small space efficiently.