The beautiful old rail station now court house also has some beautiful Chihuly glass. There is no charge to walk into the building and sit and contemplate the art.
It's a bit deceptive that this is a "station" as it's now a US Courthouse. Because it's a functioning courthouse, you'll be greeted by a security guard at the front door who will ask for ID and advise that you cannot take pictures of the security area. There's some Chihuly work inside the main entry way including one of his... 更多
Loved the architecture of this building! No longer a train station, now owned by the feds, who use part of it as a courthouse (not allowed in that part). Good displays downstairs of railroad days. Chilhuly glass in the lobby area-gorgeous. Fun statue outside in front of station!
Union Station is a courthouse and so be prepared to show your I D as you enter. The Chihuly pieces on display are certainly worth popping in to view as you visit the nearby museums or the Tacoma branch of UW~ It's free!
Our purpose was to view the restoration of Union Station and view some of the glass creations. This is a working Federal Courthouse so plan on bringing photo ID to gain free entry. The main floor or waiting area contains a huge central glass sculpture affixed to the dome, with restored mosaic tiles throughout, the second floor will place you... 更多
This beautiful building contains several Chiluly glass sculptures. It was FREE. It really did not take too long to see, but then it does not have an entry fee. You need an ID to enter.
i check it out i was not pleased with it all i saw was court room and it was not very big all thow the view was nice not a fun place to visit i would not recommend it to an one
This is a great place to take photos, as we did our maternity shoot here. The building is gorgeous and the backdrops are fantastic. While you need to show your ID and go through the metal detectors to get in, its worth it. The history seeps from the landmark and is worth visiting whether you live in the area or... 更多