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Grew up in the area but never came until today! We walked through, read the stories, watched a video but the best past was watching them blow glass. They just work and work, they have cameras so you can see close up. The man using...More
Went to the MOG expecting to see just Chihuly glass pieces but they had artists for all over the world! Artwork from children were made into unique pieces. They were so whimsical and cute. We saw a live demonstration of the making of sheet glass...More
Lovely museum with a very cool presentation of how glass is sculpted. A small collection of Chihuly but really appreciated the other featured artists. I believe that’s the way Chihuly wants it. Don’t miss this lovely museum in Tacoma! And the outside space is a...More
Not only are the exhibits really interesting but they are displayed so thoughtfully. There is also the possibility of watching glassblowers at work. Also, one can go up to the bridge that connects the museum to downtown Tacoma, a bridge that has dozens of pieces...More
It is easy to tell yourself that you are going to a Chihuly museum, and then be confused when you get there. However, the title didn't lie. This IS a museum about glass. It DOES have some Chihuly work there, but there is much more...More
The museum doesn't have many exhibits, but the items on display are beautiful. It doesn't take long to see everything. They have a workshop where you can watch someone blowing glass. It was very interesting. The gift shop is small too. Most of the items...More
Unless you are a glass fanatic and have money to waste, it's just better to view the glass sculptures outside and on the bridge above. I did watch the glass being blown demonstration. It was ok but not worth price of admission. Street parking is...More
Went here with friends from Seattle. Visiting this museum was the sole purpose of the trip. It was totally worth it. Not only were there many beautiful pieces on display, there was a great demonstration of the art of glass blowing.
Yes it is a kid friendly musuem. There was a room behind the entrance were a craft project of making paper hats was being worked on with families. The hot shop gallery is perfect for viewing. The displays are spaced far... More
Yes it is a kid friendly musuem. There was a room behind the entrance were a craft project of making paper hats was being worked on with families. The hot shop gallery is perfect for viewing. The displays are spaced far apart so you don't have to worry about bumping into them. However-no running.
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