Plan Your Visit

Impactful exhibitions, unique programs, and live glassmaking


Wednesday—Sunday: 10am—5pm


Tickets may be purchased at the Admission Desk upon entering the Museum. Timed tickets are not required. Last ticket sold at 4:30pm. Please note, prices may vary due to gallery changes and/or visiting artists.

Museum of Glass is open late the Third Thursday of each month — with free admission from 5–8pm.

$20 - Adults
$18 - Seniors (65+)/College Students (18+)/Military (Active and Veteran)
$12 - Children (6–18)
Free - Children (under 6)
Free - Museum Members
Free - American Alliance of Museums Members and Washington Museum Association Members
$1/person; $2/family - EBT Cardholders

Fluent Steps by Martin Blank


From I-5 North or South:

  • Take Exit #133 for I-705

  • Follow signs for East 26th Street / Tacoma Dome

  • Turn right onto East 26th Street

  • Turn left onto East D Street

  • Proceed on East D Street to the third light

  • Turn left onto Dock Street

  • Museum of Glass is on the right


Underground parking is available on site. Enter on Dock Street, at the Northwest corner, next to the loading dock. Parking rates are $5 for 0–3 hours and $10 for 3+ hours. 

Paid, on-street parking is available but limited. Bus parking is available on Dock Street only.

Museum of Glass: 1801 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA 98402


bus routes

On Dock Street: Route 13
Across Chihuly Bridge of Glass: 1, 2, 3, 41, 42, 48, 63, 102, 400, 500, and 501

All stops are within walking distance of Museum of Glass. For more information, visit Pierce Transit or call 800-562-8109.

Tacoma Link Light Rail

The Link stops within walking distance of Museum of Glass at Union Station, across the Chihuly Bridge of Glass.

Click here for more information.

for boating visitors

Dock Street Marina is located at 1817 Dock Street. Visitors may dock their boats at the marina at docks G and H and easily walk to Museum of Glass. Contact Dock Street Marina at 253-250-1906 for rates, hours, and further information.

Know Before You Go

Click here to view the calendar.

Museum map

Get to know the layout of the Museum before you visit. The visitor guide and map is also available at the Admission Desk.

accessibility and tips for visiting

We want everyone to have a great time at Museum of Glass. Learn more the services available and tips to make the most of your visit.


MOG’s educator and docent-led tours provide personal and interactive experiences of the artwork currently on display at the Museum.

hotel partners

Museum of Glass is located in downtown Tacoma. Visit Travel Tacoma for a list of accommodations for your stay in Grit City. Additionally, check out our Chrome & Glass collaboration with Lemay - America’s Car Museum and Silver Cloud Hotel - Point Ruston.

Photo by Mahesh Thapa

Chihuly Bridge of Glass

A partnership between legendary Studio Glass pioneer Dale Chihuly, the City of Tacoma, and Museum of Glass resulted in the Chihuly Bridge of Glass, a 500-foot-long pedestrian overpass that links the Museum to downtown Tacoma and its cultural corridor. Take the stairs up and around the cone before finishing your visit! 



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