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Chihuly Bridge of Glass, Tacoma

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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The Bridge of Glass is a 500ft pedestrian covered footbridge in Tacoma, Washington. It was opened in 2002 as a gift to the city. It links the Museum of Glass on the shorefront to the downtown area of the city, across Interstate 705, and is decorated with the artworks of Dale Chihuly.
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  • Walk the Chihuly bridge between the Washington Historical Museum and the Museum of Glass. Enjoy lots of color and unique designs of Chihuly's best. Get some great pictures of the glass enclosed in the...  read more »
  • I went to the glass museum expecting to see Chihuly glass and the only place to see it is on the bridge of glass so save your money and check it out outside! 
  • A must see. Free of charge, connects the glass museum to pacific avenue. Great photo opportunity. Only bad thing is the loud freeway below. 
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