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The Museum of Glass (MOG) designed by architect Arthur Erickson and the adjoining Chihuly Bridge of Glass opened on July 6, 2002. The Museum houses 13,000 square feet of exhibition space, outdoor exhibition space, a 180-seat theater, an experimental studio for educational programs, the Hot Shop Amphitheater and a museum store and café, as well as a rooftop plaza with panoramic views of the city and waterfront.
The Museum of Glass (MOG) designed by architect Arthur Erickson and the adjoining Chihuly Bridge of Glass opened on July 6, 2002. The Museum houses 13,000 square feet of exhibition space, outdoor exhibition space, a 180-seat theater, an experimental studio for educational programs, the Hot Shop Amphitheater and a museum store and café, as well as a rooftop plaza with panoramic views of the city and waterfront.
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