You can view the whimsical and dazzling glass sculptures of the artist Dale Chihuly all over the world: London, Singapore, New York, Boston, California. Even Nebraska. His work has been included in over 200 museum collections worldwide. But there is perhaps no better place to see it than in the region of his birth: Seattle. Specifically, at the Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle at Seattle Center.
If you loved seeing the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this spring (and seriously, who didn’t?), there’s a huge treat in store for you on the outskirts of London this fall. Meghan Markle’s wedding dress is now on display at Windsor Castle! You have until January 6, 2019 to see it for yourself.
In a vibrant section of downtown San Francisco lies The Museum of the African Diaspora. It’s an outpost of the Smithsonian Museum dedicated the art and culture of people of African descent worldwide. Did you know that? Did you also know that just a few steps away there’s a magnificent fountain dedicated to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? We’re embarrassed to say that we didn’t. Until a recent visit to the city by the bay, during which we paid a visit to both of these wonderful places.
There’s a new museum in Seattle to celebrate the history of the Nordic people, particularly those who emigrated to the Pacific Northwest in the 19th and 20th centuries. What does that actually mean? We decided to investigate on a recent visit to Seattle. We’re happy to report that this museum is a must-see for everyone: a gorgeous space, a fascinating history lesson, and a celebration of the core values that can unite us all.
The Dandelion Chandelier Luxury Travel Calendar highlights select luxury hotel and resort openings and new luxury travel experiences around the world in November 2018. For the rest of the Luxury Calendar, click here. For our list of the top 10 luxury travel destinations in November, click here.