Saturday marks 25 years since Nirvana's iconic album "Nevermind" was released.
The album became a success in 1991 thanks to its first single, "Smells Like Teen Spirit."
In 1992, "Nevermind" replaced Michael Jackson's "Dangerous" at number one spot on the US Billboard 200 chart.
The album and Nirvana's success had a huge and lasting impact on Seattle music and culture.
Here are a few places around the city where you can relive the glory:
- Re-bar: Nirvana got kicked out of the "Nevermind" album release party at Re-Bar.
- Linda's Tavern: It's believed that Kurt Cobain was last seen at Linda's before he died.
- EMP: Check out EMP's Nirvana exhibit
- KEXP: KEXP was the first radio station to play "Nevermind"
- The Crocodile: Nirvana was a regular at The Crocodile in Belltown.
- Pier 48: Nirvana played at Pier 48 for MTV's 'Live and Loud' New Year's Eve special.
- Seattle Center Coliseum: Nirvana played their last Seattle show at Seattle Center Coliseum (now known as KeyArena) on January 8, 1994.
- Viretta Park: Nirvana fans create memorials at Viretta Park, located close to Cobain's home, on the anniversary of the lead singer's death and birthday.
- Denny Blaine House: Cobain's home is near Lake Washington in Seattle's Leschi neighborhood. The new owners are used to fans stopping by to see the residence.