Aberdeen, Washington: Kurt Cobain Relics (Gone)

America's grunge rock martyr and leader of Nirvana was remembered -- until museum burned down in June 2018. Everything was lost.

Aberdeen Museum of History

Directions:
Aberdeen Museum of History. North side of downtown, in the old city armory. On the south side of E. 3rd St. between N. Broadway and N. I Sts.
Hours:
Museum burned down June 9, 2018.
Status:
Gone

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Kurt Cobain Relics

The Crying Kurt Cobain Made of Cement sculpture is no longer at the Aberdeen Museum of History. The gentleman working there says it was taken back by the original owner and sold to someone in Seattle. There is a nice Nirvana/Kurt Cobain themed mural, the original bench from Viretta Park, and a couch that Kurt allegedly slept on during his adolescent wanderings. The museum also has some nice exhibits and vehicles from Aberdeen's past.

[Don, 07/01/2017]

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