One of Microsoft founder Paul Allen’s greatest contributions to the city (and there are a lot of them) is the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPop). Formerly known as the Experience Music Project, the museum’s structure was designed in 2000 by architect Frank Gehry, so it is truly a sight to be seen. Exhibits range in topic and explore a variety of themes, from indie video games to horror films to tattoo culture. If you want to beat the crowds, come early on a weekday. This is one of the most popular tourist attractions.
If you're looking for the best things to do in Seattle, look no farther than our list of the top Seattle attractions you should definitely visit this year. Home to world-renowned museums, exquisite parks and a vibrant underground culture (both literally and figuratively), the Emerald City is one of the most fun-filled towns to explore, whether dealing with lifelong residents or first-time tourists. Don’t let the usual rain scare you away: There are plenty free things to do and bars to drink in no matter the weather. Check out this guide to the best Seattle attractions, but be warned, tourists might want to extend their trip.
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