Seattle Glassblowing Studio
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Seattle Glassblowing Studio information
If Dale Chihuly’s decadent chandeliers have inspired you, try creating your own modest glass art at this blow-your-own glass studio a few blocks from the master’s museum. One-off sessions cost $55 to $150, or there are four-hour group workshops on Saturdays for $150. Alternatively, you can just watch the fascinating process from the onsite cafe, which has a viewing window overlooking the workshop.