A couple of weekends ago I was lucky enough to spend a few days exploring Seattle. We had gorgeous weather, so we were able to spend a lot of each day outside, wandering around. We fit so many things into our time there, but it didn’t feel rushed.
One of our first stops on the first day was the EMP, a music and cultural museum right beside the Space Needle. There were exhibits on Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Fantasy and Horror movies, and Star Wars costumes. It was really interesting, I loved the Nirvana exhibit, and seeing Jimi Hendrix’s passport was awesome.
Also, they had Sirius Black’s coat from Harry Potter, and Jarrett’s entire outfit from the Labyrinth, probably the greatest movie ever made, and the cappuccino’s in the restaurant were amazing.
They had an exhibit on Chuck Jones, a longtime animator for WB who was responsible for a lot of the Loony Tunes cartoons. He had a quote that I really liked, “All worthwhile endeavors are 90% work and 10% love, and only the love should show.”