Ride the Ducks of Seattle
These hugely popular tours in amphibious vehicles are party on land and partly in the water. From their start point near the Space...
This streamlined, modern-before-its-time tower built for the 1962 World’s Fair has been the city’s defining symbol for over 50 years....
In the basement of the Seattle Center Armory near the monorail stop, the Children’s Museum is old-school entertainment and a good bet if...
Pacific Northwest Ballet
The foremost dance company in the Northwest and one of the most popular in the US puts on more than 100 shows a season from September...
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EMP Museum information
EMP (an acronym of the museum's original name 'Experience Music Project') is an inspired marriage between super-modern architecture and legendary rock-and-roll history that sprang from the imagination (and pocket) of Microsoft co-creator Paul Allen. Inside its avant-garde frame, designed by Canadian architect Frank Gehry, you can tune into the famous sounds of Seattle (with an obvious bias toward Jimi Hendrix and grunge) or attempt to imitate the masters in the Interactive Sound Lab. There's a permanent science-fiction exhibit on the same site.
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