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Museum of Pop Culture

Seattle, Washington

Whether you are planning a cruise to Alaska, a whale boating adventure, or a visit to Vancouver, Canada, you will be in close proximity to The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle. This museum has something for everyone who is a lover of not only music history, but television and movie history as well. It touches on everything pop culture including science, science fiction, and  the evolution of video games. They also pay homage to two of Seattle’s favorite sons, Jimi Hendrix, and Kurt Cobain. 

Several cruise itineraries that sail into the Pacific depart from Seattle, and I always arrange for an extra day or two to visit The Museum of Pop Culture.

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