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Visiting Museum of Pop Culture Seattle

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Museum of Pop Culture, also known as MoPOP, is not your average museum. The museum boast hundreds artifacts representing pop culture movement thoroghout history. Since its emergence in the 19th Century, pop culture have become a great part of our civilization. Here in Museum of Pop Culture you'll see exhibits, sound sculptures, interactive activity stations, and other attractions that invoke one's curiosity toward Pop Culture movement.

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Meet Your Favorite Pop Culture Icons in Museum of Pop Culture

Meet Your Favorite Pop Culture Icons in Museum of Pop Culture

Pearl Jam: Home and Away

Pearl Jam: Home and Away

If you are a huge fan of Pearl Jam, you ought to visit Pearl Jam:Home and Away. The exhibition area boast over 200 artifacts that once belonged to the band personnels, some of them were even transported to the museum from their warehouse in Seattle. Some items displayed in the exhibits are stage props, original arts, and even a photo op of the towering letters from Pearl Jam's debut album in 1991.

MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes

MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes

MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes is arguably the most extensive exhibit in MoPOP. Newly opened in April 2018, the exhibit feature many Marvel Universe heroes' artifacts. And by what we mean many, there are literally 300 of them, consisting of meticulously made movie props, costumes, clay statues, and even some of the rarest Marvel comic artworks. The entire exhibit is designed to be as interactive and immersive as possible, where today's generation can learn more about the journey of Marvel Studio and its superheroes comics up until Marvel Cinematic Universe was born and kicking. MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes opens from April 21st 2018 and will last until January the 6th, 2019.

Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses

Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses

Led by Kurt Cobain, Nirvana have enchanted many generations with their rock songs. You will learn more about this legendary rock band by visiting 'Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses' exhibition hall. The exhibit display over 200 items Nirvana-related artifacts, photographs, musical instruments, music videos and many more. The exhibit is simply immersive, especially since the you will catch Steve Fisk's soundtrack being played as they venture deeper inside the hall.

 Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction

Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction

Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction is like an answer to every sci-fi geek's prayer. There are more than 150 artifacts taken from some of the most iconic sci-fi movies, such as Star Trek to Battlestar Galactica series. Some corners are beautifully arranged that it feels like you are an outerspace warrior gazing at your beloved Blue Planet from the spaceship's cockpit. It also feature intriguing alien figures and masks, futuristic space warrior costumes, it's all about living your fantasy!

Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic

Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic

This time, let your fantasy soar as you explore the realm of magic, knights, and mighty dragons. The exhibition hall hold hundreds of artifacts you see in your favorite fantasy movies. It's a chance to touch the weaponry used by the warriors in the Lord of the Rings, witch robes wore by students of Hogwarts, or to see the magical wand and enchanting headdress belong to the White Witch from the Chronicles of Narnia.

31 Days of Horror

31 Days of Horror

Would you like to experience firsthand how your favorite horror movie characters feel? You should join 31 Days of Horror event. The major event consist of 4 horror-themed interactive events, each taking theme from lifetime horror movies, such as Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street. There will be photo op where you can take spooky selfies, some cocktails, Halloween costume party, and win killer prizes. The events will start in October so be sure to mark your calendar!

Museum of Pop Culture Seattle Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Admission fees to the Museum of Pop Culture vary, it depends on which ticket you'll choose. You can purchase an admission fee for the museum alone for $26 (adults), $23 (children), and $23 for students with ID. You can also purchase an entrance ticket to the museum and Marvel Exhibition for more convenience, it will cost you about $34 (adults), $31 (children and students who brings their I.D).

How To Get Around?

Museum of Pop Culture is quite extensive though it is still possible to explore every exhibitions on foot.

What Should I Wear?

Museum of Pop Culture have no dresscode regulations, so visitors can come to the museum wearing any clothes that feel comfortable to them. You might even want to wear your favorite Nirvana T-Shirt or Harry Potter legging pants!

Museum of Pop Culture Seattle Facts

Best Time to Visit

Museum of Pop Culture is best to be visited at any day and any time. This October, the museum will hold special Halloween events you might want to check out.

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Will I Need a Guide?

No, you can reach Museum of Pop Culture very easily. The attraction is pretty much self-explored and all informations you might find helpful about the museum can be found in this website.

How To Get There?

Museum of Pop Culture is highly accessible by any means of public transportations and cars. The road traffic might gets a bit hectic during weekend though, so you might want to use the public transportation instead. Most bus and monorail include the museum in their routes, you only need to check which route is closer to where you are at the moment.

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