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Located in the heart of Seattle, Chihuly Garden and Glass provides a look at the inspiration and influences that inform the career of artist Dale Chihuly. Through the exhibition’s eight interior galleries, lush outdoor garden and centerpiece...more
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305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109-4623
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Reviewed today via mobile

Amazing museum, very unique. It was my first trip to Seattle and the first place I visited. Also my favorite. Must see if you’re in the city!

Thank Vivian M
Reviewed today

just wonderful so many different shapes and very colorful very talented you need at least half a day there if not more

Thank kerryardley
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I have seen his work and other exhibits, so I knew how beautiful it would be but this particular collection is more beautiful and more stunning than I could ever have anticipated. This is an absolute must-see in Seattle. Some pictures attached, but trust me,...More

Thank Debbie P
Reviewed yesterday

This is a definite must-see on your trip to Seattle. It is absolutely spectacular. Don't forget to visit the cafe as well, just to see it!

Thank Cherie W
Reviewed yesterday

I was not sure what was in the Chilhuly Garden but opted to go to it on a cloudy day in lieu of the Space Needle as it was on our City Pass tour. To my surprise it was not that typical gardens that normally...More

Thank Milton B
Reviewed yesterday

Paid $18 for parking, not to mention my time driving and walking there, but wasn't allowed in because someone had "booked" the venue. I was told by an employee that this happens often, and a lot of people are mad when it occurs, but the...More

Thank dbullis10
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Chihuly Gardens is very pretty. Beautiful pieces of art work. You will not need more than an hour to spend here. Little pricey. In my opinion I saw it once and that was enough.

Thank Samantha F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Having been to Venice, we thought that nothing could beat Veniician glass but this attraction is a magnificent work of art, not to be missed. Plenty of space to take photos without getting into the way of others. Not to be missed. Highly recommended.

Thank Greynomad_10
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

An awesome exhibit. No one compares with Chihuly. His art is beyond description. I go here every time I am in Seattle

Thank Baeth
Reviewed yesterday

This is a must see when you’re in Seattle. The sculptures are breathtaking with lots of color. I would have liked to see a demo on how they make the blown glass but this was a great experience. I highly recommend it.

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Response from CPASteveTallahassee | Reviewed this property |
We did not use a car in Seattle I’m afraid. I think there are parking decks within walking distance. We became Lyft experts which worked great.
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Response from Boxster550 | Reviewed this property |
Yes! It is all a question of scheduling. The Boeing factory tour runs about 90 minutes. I would recommend doing Boeing in the morning and the museum in the afternoon. This way, you are back in the city and plan for a... More
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Response from Gwen V | Reviewed this property |
Not sure. You need to check the website. I do not live in Seattle. Just visited