Chihuly Garden and Glass at Seattle Center
Located on a 1.5 acre plot of land adjacent to the Space Needle and the Armory at Seattle Center, the site of the 1962 World’s Fair, the Chihuly Garden and Glass is easily accessible from the Paramount Hotel Seattle. Hop on the monorail and take the 90 second ride to Chihuly Garden and Glass, showcasing the stunning glass work of renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly.
The exhibit is comprised of three primary components. The exhibit includes a lush Garden, the centerpiece Glasshouse and the Exhibition Hall with eight galleries and three Drawing Walls.
The installation in the Glasshouse is an expansive 100-foot long sculpture and is one of Chihuly’s largest suspended sculptures.
Chihuly, a Washington native, graduated from the University of Washington before attending the first glass blowing program in the country at the University of Wisconsin. His work can be seen in more than 200 museum collections all over the world and in May 2012, Seattle Center welcomed it newest attraction in the Chihuly Garden and Glass permanent exhibit.
305 Harrison Street | Seattle, WA | 98109 | 206-753-4940
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 9 PM
Friday - Sunday 8 AM - 10 PM
Last ticket sold one hour before posted closing time.