Chihuly Garden and Glass
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- 98%Local Culture
- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 74%Family Travelers
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- 60%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersWellness+ 6Jun 23, 2014
Located at Seattle Center beneath the much-overrated Space Needle, this museum’s premier event is the Capitol Hill Block Party's All Brow Visual Arts Program. Curated by Ghost Gallery, artists present their work in the Glasshouse and celebrate what the Block Party has come to mean to their community. Throughout the year, employees work with the Bumbershoot festival on a program that brings music to the Glasshouse one evening a week, including Jason Dodson of The Maldives, Mark Pickerel and Shelby Earl.Recommended for:
- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jun 20, 2014
Unique and beautiful museum of Dale Chihuly's glass art.
The museum is a compilation of the masterpiece of Chihuly's concept of a glass garden. Each room has one or more spectacular glass structures created and assembled to resemble a piece of nature. A myriad of colors, shapes and structures combined with the lighting to create an other worldly effect. The glass garden also has an outdoor area with the glass creations melting into its natural counterparts. A museum that's absolutely worth a visit in Seattle.Recommended for:
- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3May 19, 2014
Dale Chihuly's art is amazing. At this exhibit, you can learn all about the glass blowing process as well as Chihuly's techniques. The garden is absolutely beautiful, with his works complemented perfectly with amazing flowers and plants.Recommended for:
- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Apr 27, 2014
The coolest and most colorful museum I've been to. So different than everything else. Breathtaking. Wish I could buy a piece to bring home but they were thousands of dollars. Took beautiful pictures there.Recommended for:
- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 2Jan 09, 2014
Really enjoyed visiting this museum. There were many rooms which highlighted Chihuly's amazing work. The outside garden and greenhouse are quite stunning. Highly recommend morning or late afternoon to capture the best light.Recommended for:
- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jun 21, 2014
A permanent exhibit featuring the work of one of the most renowned glass artists. Conveniently located next to space needle, it is a must see if you are visiting Seattle. The outdoor garden is my favorite part and the collection is seldom seen in other traveling Chihuly exhibits. It was magical.Recommended for:
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- Chihuly Garden and GlassMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesTrendstersMay 10, 2013
Definitely a landmark to visit-- really really cool (and kind of creepy) glass sculptures that lend themselves very well to being photographed. The whole museum isn't big, so you'll be able to get through Chihuly and the Space Needle in under 2 hours. Buy the package and do the typical Seattle tourist thing!
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- Chihuly Garden and GlassNov 11, 2012
Chihuly Garden and Glass is absolutely stunning. Beautifully displayed indoor exhibits, particularly the Persian Ceiling will take your breath away. Sculptural glass installations meld perfectly with the outdoor garden space which offers spectacular views of the iconic space needle.
- Chihuly Garden and GlassFirst to ReviewNov 11, 2012
Located at the base of the Seattle Space Needle, this world of wonder is spectacular. Dale Chihuly's glass artwork is celebrated worldwide! Many of his chandelier pieces were exhibited high above the Canals of Venice. Bring a picnic or there is also a Food Court located within a short walking distance.