The Experience Music Project (EMP) at the Seattle Center in, well, Seattle, is one of those buildings that you either love or hate. It certainly doesn’t lack for photographic opportunities. Designed by architect Frank Gehry to resemble a smashed guitar, the building houses a rock and roll museum, a pet project of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. Although I’ve been in the building a number of times, I’ve never actually gone through the museum so I can’t provide a personal review or recommendation. I have heard mixed reviews, with some people thinking it’s a bit over-priced. It probably depends on how much you are into rock and roll memorabilia. If you’re into that sort of thing then maybe it’s worth the admission price, otherwise just stay outside and take pictures.
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