Opened in 2012 and fortifying Seattle’s situation as the main city of expressions of the human experience, this perfect article of the life and work of dynamic neighborhood stone worker Dale Chihuly is perhaps the best assortment of curated glass craftsmanship you’ll ever observe. It flaunts Chihuly’s imaginative structures in a set-up of interconnected dull and light rooms before keeping you in a vaporous glass chamber and – at last – an arranged nursery in the shadow of the Space Needle. Glassblowing exhibitions are a feature.

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