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Museum of Pop Culture

6,899 Reviews

Museum of Pop Culture

6,899 Reviews
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MrsHayes589 wrote a review Yesterday
Lexington, Kentucky49 contributions30 helpful votes
This was a fun museum to go to. Not your run of the mill showcase of historical things. The massive guitar tower was an eye-popping site as soon as you start your tour. They have so many little exhibits from the history of tattoos to Nirvana to Pearl Jam and Jimmy Hendrix. They are all very well organized to help with social distancing. And the memorabilia they have for each exhibit is just so cool. My husband loved the horror and sci-fi exhibit. It was cool to see all the props from movies and bands that we love. Definitely an experience worth checking out. The staff was all very kind and they were constantly cleaning things as we walked through. The only thing we didn’t like was parking. It’s $26 to park and spend the day there! While I’m guessing that’s standard for Seattle, we never see parking rates that high back home, so it was a shock, for sure. So be sure you bring extra money for that. We also were disappointed that the gift shop wasn’t open to the public. We wanted to come back later to buy a few last minute gifts, but only ticketed customers could come in, so that was disappointing. But the overall experience was fun and we enjoyed it.
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Date of experience: May 2021
Jason Hennig wrote a review May 3
Renton, Washington113 contributions41 helpful votes
It's difficult to talk about all the things that make this museum cool. The various exhibits are amazing (my wife and I are particularly partial to the fantasy exhibit), and the museum itself has a nice, spacious feel. It can be a little dicey at the moment, given social distancing, and get your tickets early if possible.
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Date of experience: May 2021
Chris H wrote a review Apr 2021
Gladstone, Missouri332 contributions79 helpful votes
I has not sure what to expect. The museum exhibits heavily relied upon the Seattle music scene. The museum also has science fiction, horror and fantasy exhibits. It was enjoyable. If these are not your bag, I would not suggest.
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Date of experience: April 2021
nikki b wrote a review Apr 2021
Delaware70 contributions22 helpful votes
Fabulous visit to the Museum of Pop Culture with my little family and some friends! There is something for everyone and the exhibits are fun and interactive. One of my favorite exhibits was the fantasy and horror exhibits so much fun! My hubby loved the tattoo exhibit! We will be coming back in June for the Disney exhibit!
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Date of experience: April 2021
David W wrote a review Mar 2021
Evergreen, Colorado60 contributions45 helpful votes
Maybe because of covert 19 but I found it extremely painful to walk through this building other than a few a very cool collector guitars there was very little to see.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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