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The private museums owned by superyacht owners

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Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle

Founded by Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and owner of yachts Tatoosh and Octopus, in 2000 the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) occupies a prime location at the base of the Space Needle within the Seattle Center campus. Formerly known as the Experience Music Project, the Frank Gehry-designed building is home to a constantly changing set of pop culture exhibitions covering everything from bands and music to science fiction, video games, superheroes and movies with upcoming exhibits delving into the Marvel universe and the story of legendary band Nirvana. MoPOP also plays host to a series of public programmes including the Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival, Pop Conference, Youth Advisory Board and Sound Off! battle of the bands.

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