Seattle CityPASS: Museum of Pop Culture

by - Thursday, April 23, 2020

After my roundtrip ride in Seattle Monorail, I walked for a few meters until I reached MoPOP. This was the last attraction that I redeemed from Seattle CityPASS.

Just a recap on the attractions that I redeemed from Seattle CityPASS: Argosy Harbor Cruise, Seattle Aquarium, Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and Glass and lastly, Museum of Pop Culture.

» Museum of Pop Culture «

Museum of Pop Culture, established in 2000 and founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, is a museum designed for contemporary music and science fiction.

» Admission «

Below are their rates (as of April 2020) but if you will purchase Seattle CityPASS, you will spend less:

Adult Rate (Ages 13-64):  $28 (online price) / $30 (walk-in price)

Senior Rate (Ages 65+):   $25 (online price) / $27 (walk-in price)

Youth (Ages 5-12):           
$19 (online price) / $21 (walk-in price)

Child (Ages 4 and below): Free

Members:                         Free

Military (with ID):             $22 (online price) / $24 (walk-in price)

» The Experience «

According to TripAdvisor, it is one of the must visit in Seattle. I attest to that! This museum is mind-blowing starting from its exterior architecture up to its interior. It has everything and pretty laid-out. 

It's a great visit while the weather was gloomy outside. It's definitely a mood changer!!! I enjoyed my stay for 2 hours.

To make most of your visit, visit it early or at least 2-3 hours before the closing time (which I did). 

» The Exhibits (Level 1) «

The entrance and the exit is located on the first floor. There's a huge staircase to access the second floor.

Hall of Fame

JBL Theater

» The Exhibits (Level 2) «

As you climbed the staircase, this massive sculpture entitled IF VI WAS IX: Roots and Branches can be seen. It is also visible on the third floor.

All galleries can be found on the second floor. The famous Sky Church and other museum stories can also be found here.

Prince from Minneapolis


Guitar Gallery

Hendrix Abroad

Indie Game Revolution

Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction

Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic

» The Exhibits (Level 3) «

I enjoyed my visit on Sound Lab because I got to hold different types of musical instruments such as electric guitar, etc. 

Unfortunately, the admission on Minecraft: The Exhibition was not included on Seattle CityPASS. I also didn't buy one so I can't share it here.

Sound Lab

<Special Exhibit> Minecraft: The Exhibition

» Sky Church «

Sky Church is a hub of activity at MoPOP. It offers a 33' x 60' HD LED screen with state-of-the-art acoustics and lighting effects.

Music Video: New Face by PSY

» MoPOP Shop «

The souvenir shops are located on the second floor. You can buy goods such as apparel, accessories, posters, prints, toys, books and collectibles.

» Culture Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck «

It is an urban cafe and bar located on the first floor.

» Info «

Address:                    325 5th Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109, United States
Open Hours:              Open daily, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
E-mail Address:
Telephone Number:   (206) 770-2700

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