Experience Music Project Museum / Seattle, Washington

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7 thoughts on “Experience Music Project Museum / Seattle, Washington

  1. What an amazing museum! I’ve never heard of it before but I’ll definitely be adding it to my “must see” list when we visit Seattle.
    The horror movie bit may be a little scary for my girls but then again they are both huge Tim Burton fans so they’re used to creepy stuff 🙂

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