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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
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
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
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
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.
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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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
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 leisurely evening.