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Chihuly Garden and Glass

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The most famous glass artist in the country, born south of Seattle in Tacoma, displays his finest collection of works downtown just below the Space Needle. A must see for an art lover.
Kierney
Kierney
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Jennifer
Jennifer
December 03, 2019
Can't miss Chihuly at the Seattle Center with the needle
Melissa
Melissa
November 24, 2019
This museum is truly stunning..even if you're not into blown glass. It's right next to the Space Needle and MoPOP.
LaCooVs
LaCooVs
November 17, 2019
the experience is sure to amaze and you'll be right below the space needle so you can do that while you are here also!
Patty
Patty
November 12, 2019
This museum is truly stunning.. even if you're not into blown glass. It's right next to the Space Needle and MoPOP.
Kayla
Kayla
November 11, 2019
See the amazing works of the glass artist Chihuly. His pieces are showcased in the shadow of the Space Needle. This is part of the city pass. ** The City Pass offers a variety of locations for about 50% off of the door admissions. The pass is valid for 9 days.

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305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
Lower Queen Anne
Téléphone+1 206-753-4940
Heures d'ouvertureFermé · Ouvre à Saturday 10:00 AM
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