Fancy spending the day exploring really cool exhibits that cover all sorts of pop culture topics? You know that has to be great for the whole family! At the Museum of Pop Culture, there are a host of experiences that can be had, no matter what ages.
A museum with a Jimi Hendrix exhibit? Why not! Parents, you can re-live some memories of your time in the swinging sixties, and tell the kids some (not all!) of your stories from yesteryear - and introduce them to the music of this musical legend.
A museum with a Star Wars exhibit? Yes please! Here you can explore the creativity that goes into the costumes that you see up on the big screen. Kids can be introduced to the original films, and parents can get excited about the continuation!
If you LOVE science fiction (and if you are in the EMP Museum we hope you do!) then you can take the family on an intergalactic journey through some pretty iconic sci-fi artifacts - from Star Trek, Fifth Element, Dune, and even Terminator 2
If you're a movie lover, you will love this museum!
Love a bit of myth and magic in your day? Then the exhibit which can take you through the costumes and fashion of Game of Thrones, Princess Bride, Harry Potter and even The Dark Crystal are all on display. It's a cool way to really feel a bit closer to your favorite films, and introduce kids to a whole new generation of movies!
The EMP Museum are not just exhibits - they have programs and education to fill up your family day out! From pop conferences, to summer camps - make sure you check what's on so you don't miss out!
Ready to get your pop culture on? The EMP Museum in Seattle is waiting!
$27.50 - $31
$20 - $21.75 (Ages 5 to 12)
Students, military and senior discounts
If you do plan to visit the museum a lot, check out them memberships as you get FREE entry for a year!
The POP Kitchen and Bar is a great place to grab snacks or lunch, from pizza, burgers to sandwiches
Healthy Eating The POP kitchen offers healthy salads and sandwiches too, and bottled water
MoPOP is located at 325 5th Avenue N at Seattle Center and is easily accessible by car, numerous bus routes, and the historic Seattle Center Monorail, built in 1962 for the Seattle World’s Fair. A pay-to-park lot is available on the north end of the building.
They offer group discounts so why wouldn't you bring the students along! It's a great trip through history
There is a fun shop FILLED with fun items - from DVDs, CDs, toys and games!
If you do have special needs, call before hand to see the accessibility they can offer. They are wheelchair accessible!
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Closed Wednesdays, plus Christmas Eve / Day
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