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Visit Museum of Pop Culture

The visit to the Seattle Museum of Pop Culture in Bellevue (also known as MoPOP) is a trip that you will remember for many years to come. This has become one of the most popular attractions in the state and not just because of the grandeur of the building. You are sure to be impressed by the many rooms of fascinating and educational exhibits.

Visitors to the museum will find that it has one of the largest collections of celebrity memorabilia available anywhere and there is plenty to explore inside the walls of the building itself. The nine floors of the building gives visitors a chance to explore all the rooms while they are inside. When they leave the building, the museum is open to the public.

The exhibits are designed so that children will learn about the stars and the items that they own while they are there. They will also be introduced to some of the curios and treasures that are displayed in the rooms. The history of pop culture and the Seattle Museum of Pop Culture in Bellevue will give children plenty to think about while they are exploring the museum and visiting the other exhibits.

A great deal of planning goes into the design of the exterior of the museum as well as the interior of the Seattle location. The building itself was inspired by various movie sets including The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland. As you walk through the exhibits, you can imagine that you are really inside of the popular films that were made around the turn of the century.

In fact, the building was designed for the express purpose of being able to hold all of the materials that are required to make these exhibits so that they are able to be used on a larger and more expansive form. Visitors will be amazed by the variety of items that are on display as they go through the halls of the building. These are items that will make great conversation starters when they are left behind by the celebrities who took part in making these pieces.

While the museum is dedicated to providing the public with a chance to learn about the unique memorabilia that celebrities have collected, it is also known for the entertainment that takes place in the rooms of the building. There are usually shows that go on each week and they are always fun. Shows will include costumes, impressions, puppet shows and other forms of entertainment.

Of course, the thing that will draw in the most visitors to the museum is the thousands of photographs that cover the walls of the room as well as the many colorful displays in the interior of the Museum of Pop Culture in Bellevue. Guests are able to pick up many of the photos on display and take them home as keepsakes for themselves. They can also take several home with them to help them remember what they saw while they were in the building.

Those who attend the Seattle Museum of Pop Culture in Bellevue will be treated to the fun and excitement that are offered inside. They will be able to sit down and enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee while they are experiencing some of the highlights of this museum. There is always something to see and do when you visit this site.

Visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass.

This museum is very interactive.

Location: 325 5th Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

Open: Daily from 10 am to 7 pm

Phone: +1 206-770-2700

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