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About Emp Museum, Seattle
Inside its bizarre and vividly colored building (21000 individual stainless steel pieces), the museum's homage to the greatest of contemporary pop culture is the greatest tribute to its kind. Describing the experience of this museum is difficult, so just consider the following highlights.
- The Guitar Gallery: 256 guitars, most of them played by legends of music such as Eddie Van Halen and Kurt Cobain.
- Sound Lab: Basically a soundproofed musically creative playroom with state of the art infrastructure.
- On Stage: Practice your stage skill in front of a simulated live audience.
- IF VI WAS IX: a sound sculpture composed of 500 musical instruments and 30 computers.
- Sky Church: concert, cinema and dance hall for 800.
- On The Wall: Vote for your favourite music and see how it affects the rankings on the gigantic video wall.
- Culture Kitchen: A full service cafe with seasonal food.
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame: The greatest authors in the genre, honored.
The museum's special exhibitions focus a lot more on science fiction and tech, exploring mythical worlds, examining the lure of horror, discussing the success of indie gaming - and that's just in 2016.
If you want to explore the world of contemporary pop culture, then there is a place in Seattle which will suit your taste. The Emp Museum in Seattle is a vividly coloured museum which exhibits everything from science fiction and tech, exploring mythical worlds to examining the lure of horror and also discussions the success of indie gaming. You can get the Emp Museum tickets from the ticket counter. You can also book the Emp Museum tickets, well in advance. You can also book the Emp Museum tour tickets to get a guided tour of the museum and enhance the overall experience.
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Emp Museum Information
- Lots of street parking in the surrounding area.
- Wheelchair accessible.
Emp Museum Tickets Prices
- Adults, Senior (65+), Students (with ID): $22
- Military(with ID): $19
- Youth (5-17): $16
- Children (4 and younger) and members: free admission
Emp Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- For two days after Thanksgiving: 10am-7pm
- Daily 10:00am–7:00pm
- Happy Hour (Thursday-Saturday) 5:00pm–7:00pm
How To Get To Emp Museum by Public Transport
- Buses 3, 4, 82 stop 5th Ave N & Broad St.
- Drive to here or take a taxi.
- Seattle Center Monorail stop 370 Thomas St, Seattle, WA 98109
Restaurants Near Emp Museum
- Sky City Restaurant and Bar
- Sport Restaurant and Bar
- Skillet Counter
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My 2nd time coming here. The exhibits are great but this time was quite disappointing. The horror exhibit was completed closed and there was no advertising for this. It was one of the main things we wanted to see. The David Bowie exhibit it sad as it is just pictures. No props like the Nirvana exhibit. All the Hendrix gear was gone too. I love this place...but I hope they step up their game or discount the price when while exhibits are gone.
Fun for the entire family. We were there for 6 hours exploring. The Jim Henson exhibit was awesome and worth the extra $. The ticket is a sticker you wear and gives you access to the museum for the entire day. We walked across the street and had a sandwich at the McDonald's about half way through our day (great way to save a little money). Great photo opportunities throughout the museum.
If you're looking for hours of fun and learning then you'll find it here at the Museum of Pop Culture. When I visited I saw the Star Trek exhibit and it was totally worth the ticket price. I was very impressed with the history collected and effort put into presenting all the wardrobes. The transporter room was also really cool to do. Beyond the special exhibits you'll find Rock concerts, music videos, and of course food. This place is hot, so bring a light jacket and bottle water.
Amazing building and venue. It basically consist of two parts: (1) Pop music and (2) SCI-FI and Fantasy. Especially the pop-part we very much enjoyed! The location is very easy to get to. We recommend the City-pass that also includes the Needle.
Impressive entrance with the big screen. Admission is $30. Gift shop has a lot of cool things you can buy and the restaurant inside is really good. Worth checking out if you're in the area.
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