Seattle - Chihuly Garden and Glass

Chihuly Garden and Glass is located in the Seattle Center. It showcases the glass art of Dale Chihuly. The three parts of the exhibit are the Garden, the Glasshouse, and the Interior Exhibits. This exhibits one of Chihuly’s largest suspended sculptures. The facility was designed by Owen Richards Architects and was awarded LEED silver certification from the USGBC.





305 Harrison StreetSeattle, WA 98109, US


Admission Fee




Getting There


Directions from downtown Seattle:
1. Head northwest on Alaskan Way
2. Alaskan Way becomes Broad Street
3. Follow Broad Street 0.2 miles to the intersection of 4th Avenue North and Broad Street
4. Turn left

Directions from I-5 (Northbound & Southbound)
1. Take Exit 167 towards Mercer Street/ Seattle Center and continue straight on Mercer St
2. Turn left on to 5th Ave N
3. Turn right at Broad Street

If you are downtown, take any of the D or E line Metro buses, or Metrorail to the Seattle Center stop.
Check with your hotel for Bus routes from your location to the Seattle Center.




Plan on spending the day. Spend time in the Chihuly Gardens and Glass Museum then walk around the center to the Space Needle, EMP, and/ or the Pacific Science Center. You can save money by purchasing tickets for the Needle and Chihuly Gardens & Glass together ($34 per adult). Purchase your tickets online for the best prices. Chihuly Gardens & Glass is near an area called Lower Queen Anne. This is to the North of the Seattle Center. Walk over a few blocks to eat and soak up the local flavor.
The cost of parking and traffic can be cumbersome. Take a bus if possible or the Metrorail from downtown. It is much easier and economical. If you decide to park, there are cheaper parking lots on the east and north sides of the Seattle Center which are a bit cheaper.