See objects of all shapes, sizes, and colors at Museum of Glass. As you approach the museum from downtown, you'll cross a bridge of glass. The bridge contains towers made of large crystal pieces, a ceiling with 2,364 glass objects resembling an underwater world, and a wall filled with 109 glass sculptures. Inside the museum, you'll see several permanent exhibits, such as a kids' design collection and numerous rotating exhibits. Visit the Hot Shop amphitheater where glass blowing demonstrations take place. Check out glass souvenirs at the gift shop. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Museum of Glass and many more Tacoma attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Tacoma online trip planner.
Museum of Glass reviews
The Hot Shop was set up very well to demonstrate glass working, the video screens showing close-ups of the work being done and PA for explanation were very good (also played many of my favorite...
The Hot Shop was set up very well to demonstrate glass working, the video screens showing close-ups of the work being done and PA for explanation were very good (also played many of my favorite... more »
STRONGLY recommend Free 3rd Thursday evenings. Also strongly recommend the live glassblowing demonstration -- we watched for nearly 2 hours and it was like a live movie full of drama (would they...
STRONGLY recommend Free 3rd Thursday evenings. Also strongly recommend the live glassblowing demonstration -- we watched for nearly 2 hours and it was like a live movie full of drama (would they... more »
This was our 1st visit to this museum. It was absolutely stunning to see the work!! There was some serious detail on a lot of the pieces.. I had no idea there were so many clever artists with glass. Lol the staff were all very friendly and helpful. The gift shop was great!! And the bridge outside is stunning and remarkable!! There are no other words for that for the detailed beautiful works at this museum. We will definitely be returning.
The bridge to the museum is decorated with colorful glass artwork. The museum host glassblowing events, one of which we got the chance to watch. It was cool to see how glass is made. That said, their glass exhibitions are very interesting too, and worth taking a look around. There awaits a presentation of so many different glass artwork variations and styles. The experience is very inspiring and educational.
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