Kurt Cobain’s Childhood Home Is Officially a Landmark — and an Exhibit Is on the Way

Kurt Cobain’s Childhood Home Is Officially a Landmark — and an Exhibit Is on the Way
Imagine traveling back in time to see the house where Kurt Cobain grew up — and finding it pretty much as it was as when he lived there. Thanks to a recent government hearing and restoration plans, that rock fantasy may become a reality — plus a corresponding, nearby gallery of Cobain’s life to boot.

Last week, Washington state’s Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation announced that the one-and-a-half-story house in Aberdeen, where Cobain lived from 1968 to 1984, had been officially approved for inclusion on its “Heritage Register” of culturally important buildings.
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