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Ways to Experience Chihuly Garden and Glass
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Reviewed yesterday

Went with high expectations. Yes very attractive and colourful glass. If you have time go for a visit but not imperative, in our opinion.

Thank FizzChick
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to wonder and explore the creativity of an interesting artist. Great way to spend an hour, get the city pass!

Thank kayak395
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Awesome glass displays. Outside they have a person blowing glass. Awesome to watch . Good to purchase the space needle and glass saves 17.00

Thank confuesdt
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Amazing exhibit! A photographers dream! Also included a demonstration of how the glass pieces are made. Right next to the space needle so you can do both at the same time.

Thank Kathy M
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Reviewed yesterday

It's quite expensive, but well worth the money. All of the exhibits were stunning and beautifully presented. It took us about 1 hour to walk through it.

Thank Andrew F
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Reviewed yesterday

this site is expensive and I have had the please of seeing some of his works in a garden setting in Miami. Cant beat that.

Thank groovygirl954
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Even my 5 and 10 year old boys thought the glass work was amazing. It doesn’t take long to wander through the exhibit. I do think it was kind of pricey for the length of time we spent at the exhibit but it was beautiful.

Thank 517camie
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I really don't have the words to describe this exhibit. It is absolutely a must-see. Beautiful blown glass pieces like I had never seen before. Some of the pieces in the garden look like they are alive. Check the website before you visit, so a special event doesn't prevent you from seeing everything. I also suggest you plan on allotting more time than you think you will need because you are not going to want to leave. You will be sucked in to a peaceful, beautiful hush and will find it difficult to get away.

Thank Marti B
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Reviewed 2 days ago

As an artist, I am in awe of this man's talent and vision. It's like walking into a fantasy world made of iridescent and glowing glass. Mythical. Take your time there to appreciate the level of creativity. Make sure to see the film that explains how his sculptures are created. Go to the cafe, they have very interesting non glass displays. My favorite spot was where the Needle can be seen through the glass roof. It's a very awe-inspiring place.

Thank Nili F
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This a pretty hard to explain in that the entire displays are breathtaking and words can not fully describe what you are seeing. Each room is filled with wonders and you really need your smart phone and download the apt to fully understand what you are seeing and how they were developed. An absolute must to see if you are in Seattle

Thank Rich N
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