The Fireworks of Glass tower stands in the museum’s central atrium, where children and families can circle the ramps and explore it from all sides. Chihuly's artists blew and installed 3,200 pieces of glass on the tower. It comprises more than 3,200 individually blown, brilliantly colored, two- to four-foot-long pieces of smooth and twisted glass called Horns and Goosenecks.
This is the main centerpiece in the Fireworks of Glass exhibition at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. This tower is massive in size and has many different pieces in red, blue, and yellow. The cross on the floor is translucent and is the ceiling underneath. Please let me know what you all think as any suggestions are welcomed and appreciated. Enjoy!