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Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle

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Chihuly Garden and Glass features a comprehensive exhibit showcasing the work of Dale Chihuly, a renowned American glass sculptor and entrepreneur. Despite the considerable technical difficulties of working with blown glass, Chihuly uses it as a primary medium for large installations and environmental artwork, some of which you can see at this gallery. The artist's complex and colorful glass sculptures fill the eight-room greenhouse. Stop by the adjacent garden to see a blend of nature and more blown-glass creations. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Chihuly Garden and Glass and many more Seattle attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Seattle tourist route planner.
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  • I was skeptical, but theres a lot of neat stuff to see here. Be sure to stop and watch the live glassblowing if they're doing it!  more »
  • This is one of the neatest places to visit. Spectacular glasswork next to the Space Needle. Word to the wise - not a place for small children.  more »
  • This was a combination ticket with the Seattle Space Needle and an incredible surprise. It was so beautiful I almost cried. Each room is dark with black walls so only the artwork is lit from the ceili...  more »
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  • This place is pricey and my wife and I hardly ever enjoy spending up to $20 to simply walk around a place. We went for it on this place and we will never regret it. So much incredible art work. We couldn't hold back our amazement as we walked into each room. We have encouraged others to go now as well. The tour is well worth it, but you are going to want to buy something in the end so you can take a little piece back to your home.
  • What a beautiful & peaceful experience, the art in here is phenomenal! I've been wanting to visit for quite some time because there are a couple of pieces on display at a green house I frequent. My favorite part was watching the glass blowing demonstration, they were very thoughtful in explaining how everything is done & the science / mechanics behind everything. I would recommend stopping by when they are making their little bowl. It really makes you think about the many hours that goes into each enormous piece that they have on display there. If you are in Seattle do not skip this place!
  • I enjoyed my visit. One of its kind. So much to learn and enjoy. They also conduct short workshops daily for its visitors to show how glass pieces are made. If you love art and creativity, you will love in love with this place.
  • The glass work is exquisite! Absolutely one of my favorite sites in Seattle. I especially liked the glass scuputres that were mixed into the unique landscape. I would recommend taking the hour to watch the glass blowers at work in the community glass center. Such great talent and insight.
  • You'll never look at glass the same again after you see what Dale Chihuly has created. The Chihuly Garden and Class should absolutely be on your list of places to visit in Seattle. You can spend an hour here easily looking around. If you watch the glass blowing demonstration and film then count on two hours here. The location is easy to find, just look for the Space Needle.