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Tacoma Glassblowing Studio

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Tacoma Glassblowing Studio

184 Reviews
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114 S 23rd St, Tacoma, WA 98402-2903
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South 25th StSound Transit Link Light Rail3 min
Union Station/South 19th StSound Transit Link Light Rail6 min
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Zombie Scavengers Game - Tacoma, WA
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Zombie Scavengers Game - Tacoma, WA
Zombie Scavengers tests your ability to survive after a Zombie Apocalypse. The game leads you through the city, where you will have 60 minutes to collect survival items for your colony.<br>The Setting:<br>Small colonies of the living are doing all they can to survive. You and your team have been tasked with scavenging for survival supplies for your colony. You’ll only have 60 minutes to figure out which items you'll need and find as many items on the list as you can. <br>Your Mission: <br>With 1 hour and your team of up to 10 people, you will use your smartphone to search the area for much needed food, supplies, and shelter. Along the way, you will be asked to do some challenges or answer some trivia questions. The goal is to score at least 4000 points in 1 hour in order to survive the zombie apocalypse!<br>PS. Our game is family friendly, no actual zombies are involved in the scavenger hunt.
$20.00 per adult
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Sitting in the balcony while artists were creating glass blown vases was a very informative experience. It was the first time I had seen the art from beginning to finish. It is an art and a skill. The Tacoma studio is set up so observers can see the whole thing in comfort,
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The staff was very helpful in explaining how your experience would be handled. We asked that our project be adjusted just a tiny bit and there was no issue with our request. Our artist/instructor, Ben, was very friendly and great to work with. He made my friend and I feel very
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We were lucky to visit on a day when the museums were free to all. Whilst the glass blowing studio was interesting, it is a gallery type viewing platform, so you feel very far from the action. There is a large screen, but it lacks intimacy. The gallery itself had some lovely
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Response from JeannineS766, Owner at Tacoma Glassblowing Studio
Responded Aug 18, 2019
The review you left here is for The Museum of Glass not Tacoma Glassblowing Studio if you could change the location of your review we would so appreciate it.
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The place was nice and clean. The host was very pleasant and very helpful. Glass blowing was a great time.
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Response from JeannineS766, Owner at Tacoma Glassblowing Studio
Responded Aug 18, 2019
Thank you for the review. We are so pleased that you had a great time.
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This was an interesting stop. Love to see the live glass blowing. The final pieces were amazing! They are truly artists. Was looking for something different to interest my teenager.she liked or and wanted to try it herself
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Response from JeannineS766, Owner at Tacoma Glassblowing Studio
Responded Aug 18, 2019
Thanks for stopping by and the review. We hope to see you in for the glassblowing sometime soon.
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