Kurt Cobain’s childhood home could become a museum. Last fall, the Aberdeen, Washington home was listed for $500,000 by his mother.
Nirvana fan and journalist Jaime Dunkle has launched a campaign online to raise enough money to purchase the home in hopes of memorializing the house for fans. She promises, “We’re making sure this house is memorialized by us fans so it doesn’t end up in the clutches of capitalist greed…this museum will reflect the anti-commercialism spirit of Nirvana.”
Rewards currently available in exchange for donations include five years of free museum membership ($50), and a lifetime museum membership, a limited edition screenprinted t-shirt, and a sleepover after construction ($1000).
The campaign has been live for just over two weeks and only $135 have been raised as of Thursday. Donate HERE if you’d like, and take a video tour of his bedroom filmed by Dunkle herself below: