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A museum dedicated to the history and exploration of both popular music and science fiction. Full review →
This multicolored blobular building, a 140,000-square-foot rock-and-roll museum designed by Frank Gehry, is home to the world's largest collection of Jimi Hendrix memorabilia.
Seattle's most controversial architectural statement is the 140,000-square-foot complex designed by architect Frank Gehry. Full review →
The brainchild of Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen and designed by avant-garde architect Frank Gehry, who is known for pushing the envelope of architectural design. Full review →
Recently rebranded as the EMP Museum, this dramatic marriage of super-modern architecture and rock-n-roll history was inaugurated as The Experience Music Project (EMP) in 2000. Full review →
Highlights such Seattle artists as Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain. Full review →Frequent live acts are presented in the Sky Church concert hall.
A billionaire's rock memorabilia collection and a public eyesore. Full review →
So much is offered in one space, it’s hard to know where to begin Full review →
This museum was born as the Experience Music Project, a grand statement by local billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who wanted a monument to rock and roll. Full review →
The EMP Museum is now MoPOP Museum of Popular Culture. Full review →