The Fireworks of Glass ceiling floats just under the tower. It is filled with 1,600 pieces of glass from Chihuly’s spectacular series, including Sea Tubes, Hornballs, Persians, and Putti in a variety of shapes and colors.
On the museum’s Lower Level children and families can look up and see the brilliantly colored glass forms in the ceiling.
Children and adults can also sit on a large, round, revolving platform, gaze at the ceiling overhead and discuss what they see.
Families can also create their own sculptures with colorful plastic-like shapes call polyvitro; and blow glass or explore the hot shop and the glassblowing process virtually.
I still can't really decide which I liked better, the tower or this unbelievable ceiling. We must have spent a half hour just wandering and starring at this ceiling. The bench in the center you could lay back on and it's circular and spins slowly. Please let me know what you all think as any suggestions are welcomed and appreciated. Enjoy!