Chihuly Garden and Glass

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If you are looking for a fun and relaxing place to spend some quality time with your pets, look no further than Chihuly Garden and Glass. This wonderful attraction features stunning glass sculptures by world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly, as well as a beautiful garden and a glasshouse. You and your pets will be amazed by the colors, shapes, and forms of these artworks.

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Chihuly Garden and Glass has a long and fascinating history. It was originally the site of the Seattle Center Fun Forest, an amusement park that operated from 1962 to 2011. In 2012, the park was replaced by the garden and glass exhibition, which was designed by Chihuly himself. The exhibition showcases his career spanning over five decades, from his early works to his recent installations.

Chihuly Garden and Glass with Pets

You might be wondering if you can bring your pets to Chihuly Garden and Glass. The answer is yes, but with some restrictions and precautions. Here are some things you need to know before you visit:

Pets are allowed on

The outdoor garden area, where you can enjoy the flowers, plants, and glass sculptures. Make sure your pets are on a leash and under your control at all times.

The bookstore, where you can buy souvenirs, books, and gifts related to Chihuly's art. Your pets must be well-behaved and not disturb other customers or staff.

Pets are not allowed on

The indoor glasshouse, where the centerpiece of the exhibition is located. This is a delicate and fragile environment that could be damaged by your pets. Please respect the rules and leave your pets outside with a friend or family member while you enter the glasshouse.

The Collections Café, where you can enjoy delicious food and drinks while admiring Chihuly's personal collections of art and objects. This is a food service area that does not allow pets for health and safety reasons. You can either leave your pets outside with a friend or family member, or order takeout and eat in the garden.

Some general tips

Always clean up after your pets. There are waste bags and trash cans available in the garden area.

Always keep an eye on your pets. Do not let them run around or chase other animals or people.

Always be respectful of other visitors and staff. Do not let your pets bark, growl, or bite anyone.

Always follow the instructions of the staff. They are there to ensure your safety and enjoyment.

Chihuly Garden and Glass is not only a feast for the eyes, but also for the ears and nose. You will hear the sounds of birds, insects, and water features in the garden, as well as music playing in the background. You will smell the fragrances of flowers, herbs, and spices in the garden, as well as coffee, tea, and pastries in the café.

Your pets will also enjoy these sensory experiences, but they might also encounter some unfamiliar or unpleasant ones. For example, they might see their own reflection in the glass sculptures or windows, which could confuse or scare them. They might also hear loud noises from traffic or construction nearby, which could stress them out.

To make sure your pets have a positive experience at Chihuly Garden and Glass, here are some tips on how to take care of them:

Taking Care of your Dog

Bring water and snacks for your dog. There are water fountains in the garden area where you can refill your bottle or bowl.

Bring a blanket or mat for your dog to rest on. There are benches in the garden area where you can sit with your dog.

Bring toys or treats for your dog to play with or chew on. This will keep them entertained and distracted from potential triggers.

Bring a muzzle for your dog if they tend to bark or bite. This will prevent any unwanted incidents or conflicts with other animals or people.

Taking Care of your Cat

Bring a carrier or harness for your cat. Cats are more likely to wander off or hide than dogs, so it is safer to keep them contained or attached to you.

Bring water and snacks for your cat. There are water fountains in the garden area where you can refill your bottle or bowl.

Bring a blanket or mat for your cat to rest on. There are benches in the garden area where you can sit with your cat.

Bring toys or treats for your cat to play with or chew on. This will keep them entertained and distracted from potential triggers.

Bring a collar with an ID tag for your cat. This will help you find them in case they get lost or separated from you.

Interesting Facts about Chihuly Garden and Glass

Chihuly Garden and Glass is a wonderful place to visit with your pets, but it is also a place to learn and appreciate. Here are some interesting facts about the exhibition that you might not know:

The glasshouse is 40 feet tall and 100 feet long, and contains a 100-foot-long sculpture made of 1,400 individual pieces of glass. It is one of Chihuly's largest suspended sculptures.

The garden contains more than 20 glass installations, as well as plants from around the world. Some of the plants are rare or endangered, such as the Wollemi pine and the Franklinia tree.

The café displays more than 30 collections of art and objects that Chihuly has acquired over the years. Some of the collections include Native American baskets, vintage radios, accordions, and ceramic dogs.

Chihuly Garden and Glass

305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, United States