you have to see the Chihuly glass display. stunning
The Union Station has many fond memories for me. As a child it was a beautiful marble train station. We would sometimes take the train back to North Dakota to visit relatives in the winter. The last passenger train was in 1984. The beautiful old Train Depot remained empty for a very long time. Then between 1990 - 1992 the... More
Union Station has a spectacular display of Chihuly's large glass art that blends with the exquisite architecture of Union Station. What a treat to visit! We walked across the magnificent glass bridge with views of the harbor, and three Chihuly installations. All of this is free and may be photographed, unlike the museums. BTW: We visited the hot shop and... More
I walked by Union Station several times..and always saw a guard at the door and scanners..a most unwelcoming site..am disappointed to learn I could have gone in..there are not signs or information regarding this building. This area of Tacoma is a bit frustrating in navigating sites...I did cross the bridge behing Union station which could be an hour adventure with... More
Fabulous art glass displays and immense gorgeous chandelier, all by Dale Chihuly. It's FREE to go inside the old Union Station building. You need to show an ID because it is now a government building. BUT, be sure to go if you are anywhere nearby. Truly a treat!!
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