Last Chance Glass Studio, Washington

Top photo: Our RV parked in an open field not far from the studio with the nearby sound of flowing water and spectacular views in all directions.

Today we had just a short drive from our last stop. We’re spending the night at a fused glass studio/small working farm. They have chickens, goats, a small donkey, and a few hogs..

Overnight Parking - Last Chance Glass Studio, near Walla Wall, WA: Participating HarvestHosts.com member, no facilities provided, must have a self-contained RV & an active Harvest Hosts membership for an overnight visit. June 5th - 6th. 685’ elevation. Miles traveled: 55 (tap on mileage to see route & elevation change).
Pros:
• Lots of open space.
• Quit & peaceful.
• Friendly hosts.
Cons:
• None.

Overall Experience: Smile

A collage of various pics taken in the studio.


After touring both the farm & the glass studio, we decided to go to town and play tourist. We had recommendations to go to the airport business park because of the brewpubs located there. We found three and, because of its appealing outdoor area, we chose Burwood.

Local Flavor – Area Businesses We Enjoyed & Recommend
Burwood Brewing Company Walla Walla, WA


Additional Info: Discover the Artistry and Charm of Walla Walla's Last Chance Glass Studio

Nestled in the picturesque Walla Walla Valley of Washington state, the Last Chance Glass Studio is a hidden gem that beckons visitors to explore its unique blend of art, nature, and community. This small working farm and glass studio offers a captivating experience for those seeking to immerse themselves in the region's vibrant creative scene.

The Last Chance Glass Studio is more than just a place to admire exquisite fused glass art pieces. It is a destination that celebrates the intersection of craftsmanship, sustainability, and the great outdoors. Visitors can witness the talented artist at work, creating one-of-a-kind glass creations, and even participate in fused glass art classes by appointment or during special events. [1][2]

Beyond the studio, the surrounding Walla Walla Valley is a renowned wine-producing region that has gained international acclaim. The area is home to numerous award-winning wineries, each with its own unique story and approach to winemaking. Visitors can explore these renowned vineyards, sample the robust flavors of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Malbec, and gain a deeper appreciation for the region's terroir. [3][4]

The charming town of Walla Walla, just a short drive from the Last Chance Glass Studio, offers a delightful blend of small-town hospitality and cosmopolitan flair. Stroll through the historic downtown, browse the local boutiques and galleries, and indulge in the region's renowned culinary scene, featuring farm-to-table restaurants and artisanal eateries. [5][6]

The Walla Walla Valley is also home to the renowned Walla Walla Foundry, a world-class art foundry that has put the region on the global art map. Visitors can explore the foundry's impressive facilities and learn about the intricate process of creating large-scale sculptures and public art installations. [7]

Whether you're drawn to the captivating glass art, the renowned wines, or the charming small-town ambiance, the Last Chance Glass Studio and the Walla Walla Valley offer a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Immerse yourself in the region's rich cultural tapestry and discover the artistry and charm that make this corner of Washington state so special.

  1. Last Chance Glass Farm and Getaway - Washington - Hipcamp
  2. Last Chance Glass Studio, Washington | Postcards from the Road
  3. Meet the three celebrities behind these Walla Walla wineries
  4. Much to love about Walla Walla - Northwest Prime Time
  5. How Horses Help To Create World-Class Wines At Horsepower ...
  6. February 2014 - Walla Walla Lifestyles by Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
  7. Walla Walla Foundry owner Mark Anderson remembered for legacy ...



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