Washington authorities plan to hold free tours of Kurt Cobain’s house

Kurt Cobain’s home has been recognized as a cultural heritage site. The Nirvana leader spent his childhood in Aberdeen, Washington. The rocker’s family lived in a simple one-story cottage.

It was in this modest home that Cobain began his passion for music. The building where the leader of the band Nirvana lived was built in 1923. Now Cobain’s house is being restored, next spring it is planned to conduct free guided tours.