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Experience Music Project (EMP)

Experience Music Project located at Seattle Center at the base of the Space Needle, Seattle, Washington

Experience Music Project (EMP)
325 5th Avenue North
Seattle, WA
206-367-5483
206-770-2702 (Box Office)
877-EMPLIVE (toll-free)
Map

The Experience Music Project
(EMP) is located at Seattle Center,
at the base of the Space Needle
— in the same building as the
Science Fiction Museum and
Hall of Fame
.*

Guitar art dominates the room inside EMP, Seattle, Washington



Rock 'n' Roll Museum
Come and experience the past, present and future of music. The
EMP "Rock 'n' Roll Museum"
features a variety of interactive exhibits and a whole lot more.
Take your time to browse and
enjoy the museum. Kids will love it — big kids too!

Guitar art inside EMP, Seattle, Washington

Sound Lab — Record a CD
Now's your chance to shine! Learn the basics of guitars, drums, keyboards...you can even form a band with your family or friends
and record a CD. EMP's tiny music rooms are soundproof, so you can play away to your heart's content and not worry about making a fool of yourself!

Keyboards in the Sound Lab at EMP, Seattle, Washington

Be A Star "On Stage"
Find out what it's like to appear
live "on stage" in front of cheering fans. Name your band, choose
your instrument and you're ready
to go. After your performance, treat yourself to a DVD or poster
to remember your time in the spotlight.

EMP Restaurant / Lounge
LoungeTurntable Restaurant
Liquid Lounge

EMP Store
Visit the EMP store, located on Level 2, for fun music memorabilia.

Fun Venue for Special Events
EMP makes a great venue for hosting parties and corporate events — from 15 - 2,500 guests.



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Hendrix Gallery
This is a must-see exhibit, especially for Jimmy Hendrix fans.
EMP features the most comprehensive exhibit ever dedicated to the guitar legend
— including rare photos, posters, artifacts, clothing, electric guitars and more!

Jimmy Hendrix memorabilia - his psychedelic Isle of Wight outfit, electric guitar and more...

The photo above features the psychedelic stage costume that Hendrix wore during the 1970
Isle of Wight (UK) concert.

"Bob Dylan's American Journey 1956-1966" Exhibit at EMP, Seattle, Washington

Milestones Special Exhibits Gallery
— Traveling Exhibits

During a recent visit, we enjoyed one of the museum's "traveling" special exhibits — "Bob Dylan's American Journey 1956-1966."

"Bob Dylan's American Journey 1956-1966" Exhibit at EMP, Seattle, Washington

As a Dylan fan, this was the highlight of our visit. The fun interactive exhibit featured more than 150 artifacts, including
Dylan’s 1949 guitar, typed and handwritten lyrics, concert
posters, signed albums, dozens of old photographs, rare performance footage and interviews — we even got to listen to our favorite Dylan songs in each of the exhibit's six sound booths.

"Bob Dylan's American Journey 1956-1966" Exhibit at EMP, Seattle, Washington

In September 2003, EMP launched its Traveling Exhibition program
with Artist to Icon: Early Photographs of Elvis, Dylan and
The Beatles
. Other Traveling Exhibits have included Annie Leibovitz’s American Music to Sweet Home Chicago: Big City Blues, 1946-1966 to Disco: A Decade of Saturday Nights.

EMP Hours
Summer
(Memorial Day to Labor Day)
Open daily 10am-8pm

Fall/Winter/Spring
Closed Monday (except Holidays)
Tues-Thurs 10am-5pm
Fri-Sun 10am-6pm

Note: Children ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

*If you have the time, you
should combine this visit with the
Science Fiction Museum and
Hall of Fame
located in the same building.

More Info / Admission /
Upcoming Exhibits
Experience Music Project (EMP)
206-367-5483
206-770-2702 (Box Office)
877-EMPLIVE (toll-free)


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