The museum and the adjoining Chihuly Bridge of Glass opened in 2002 along a revitalized waterway.
Exhibits focus on works of glass art (the Studio Glass movement) of the 20th and 21st centuries by artists from around the world. In addition to both indoor and outdoor exhibits, the museum features a "hot shop" where visitors can see artists creating works of art from molten glass.
Artists examine similarities between bees and themselves as creators
Artwork, story-telling, and encounter, where the Tlingit creation myth unfolds
Established artists draw inspiration from the historical archive
A three-dimensional meditation on the LGBTQ+ experience
International juried enamel exhibition