Seattle Glassblowing Studio

Seattle Glassblowing Studio: Hours, Address, Seattle Glassblowing Studio Reviews: 4.5/5

Seattle Glassblowing Studio

Seattle Glassblowing Studio
4.5
Speciality & Gift Shops • Art Galleries • Lessons & Workshops
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
About
Visit Downtown Seattle's premier glassblowing studio and watch LIVE glassblowing by world class artisans! Seattle Glassblowing Studio specializes in glassblowing classes, offering: beginner lessons, workshops and hands-on experiences in our hot shop. Browse our elegant gallery for original hand-blown glass artwork or commission your own original piece. Our gallery features glass bowls, vases, sculptures, jewelry and much more! The rainbow of colors will stimulate your senses and provide you with an unforgettable experience - sure to be a highlight of your visit. Seattle Glassblowing Studio is located in the Belltown neighborhood of Downtown Seattle, underneath the Monorail at 5th Ave and Bell St. The studio is open 7 days a week. Admission is free!
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fsumtnguy
Port Townsend, WA91 contributions
Way Cool
Jul 2020 • Couples
We have lived in Wasjington omly since Thanksgiving, and obviously, half of that time has been consumed by coronavirus. My husband gave me (us) this experience for Valentines Day, and happy we chose a a pectacular dunny day for our visit. First, everyone wss so friendly and courteous. We helped create a beautiful bowl and Japanese fish float. The learning experience was fantastic and the studio work room is impressive. We cant wait to receive our shipped art work next week. Thanks for a fun afternoon!
Written July 15, 2020
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Annie M.
Washington DC, DC12 contributions
Great time taking a glassblowing class here!
Jan 2020
Took a glassblowing class here and made a beautiful bowl with the help of my instructor there, Mollie. She was super helpful and patient, and not only made the process easy to learn and do but also very fun as well! They also shipped the finished product to me which was really nice of them. Would definitely love to go again the next time I'm visiting the city!
Written January 16, 2020
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Wannatravelmore
131 contributions
Great class, great teacher!
Dec 2019 • Friends
My best friend and I took an evening glass blowing class with instructor, Matt Stern. What a fun experience! You get to pick the color you want, the object (we both chose bowls) and you receive individualized instruction on creating your masterpiece! This is a hands on class! Highly recommend it. Shout out to Matt who was super patient and explained everything clearly. He’s also a local artist and displays some of his work in the studio. It takes 48 hours for your end product to cool so we arranged to have each of ours shipped to our homes in California. Fun experience!
Written December 12, 2019
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makingmemories585
Vancouver, Canada57 contributions
Great lesson
Sep 2019
Lovely objects to buy, but we were so pleased to have tried a glassblowing class together. We made bowls and were so happy with the results. Also just so interesting to see how this is done and what a beautiful craft it is.
Written November 15, 2019
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CorvairFan
Pitman, NJ21 contributions
Interesting small shop
Aug 2019
If you enjoy observing or trying your hand at glassblowing, be sure to check out this location. Small operation with personalized attention to learners. Nice items also for sale.
Written November 6, 2019
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dspearoz
Sydney, Australia86 contributions
Fascinating and a little scary!
Nov 2019
We had a private lesson with Malcolm and we made four very personal pieces that we are hoping will ship home to Australia safely. Malcolm was easy to work with making sure your pieces get made perfectly whilst letting you get really hands-on! It is a fascinating process and nice and warm for a winter activity. The team are freindly and accommodating with a casual approach but very focussed on safety. A lovely way to spend an afternoon as a couple doing something different together.
Written November 4, 2019
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KSSeaB
Henderson, NV2,011 contributions
Beautiful object d'art, helpful staff
Oct 2019
We only had a few minutes here; it was a pit stop on an all-day tour of Seattle. I have suggested to the tour company that they allow more time at Pioneer Square so that we could spend more time here. The staff is very helpful, providing information about an event that was happening during our stay in Seattle, including a color brochure.

You can see someone actually heating the glass, blowing it. Wish I had had more time to observe.

The pieces of art are beautiful BUT a spider was $60 as I recall. Maybe it was $90. Way too rich for my blood, now that my husband and I are retired. But Hubby later told me about a different object he'd priced and it was actually reasonably priced. Unfortunately, because we only had 20 minutes in Pioneer Square (including making a pit stop in Klondike's), we just couldn't shop.
Written October 28, 2019
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jeannew162
Galt, CA51 contributions
Glassblowing fun!
Sep 2019
When browsing the Internet for fun things to do in Seattle, we discovered that glassblowing is popular in Seattle. The Glassblowing Studio came highly rated. We booked a 3 hour private lesson for two. We had a fantastic time blowing glass!! We made 5 bowls and 3 ornaments. Would love to do this again!!!
Written October 14, 2019
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WendyB12
Nacogdoches, TX339 contributions
Great Spot
Sep 2019
We stopped here while taking a bus trip around d the city. Beautiful shop with beautiful glass ! We watched a glass blower while we were there. I think I'll take a class the next time we visit !!
Written October 6, 2019
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Alan Z
Tampa, FL1,452 contributions
Neat Place To Visit To Purchase Glass or Take a Glass Blowing Class!!!
Sep 2019
We love glass, so anyplace in the world that has glass museum or glass retail shops and hot shops we visit. While we were here, there was glass blowing class going on. Apparently, they go on most days of the week so you can actually make something yourself out of hot molten glass. We did not have the time, but we watched and then went into the retail shop. My wife bought several items on display. We had been to this shop over 10 years ago and when the cashier asked for her name, it was still in the data base. I was impressed. Nice place to stop in if your in this area of Seattle.
Written September 29, 2019
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