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Corning Museum of Glass

1 Museum Way, Corning, NY 14830-2253
+1 607-937-5371
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Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. Open 9am-5pm every day year-round. Open 9am-8pm Memorial Day to Labor Day. From children looking for an adventure to artists looking for inspiration, there is something for everyone at The Corning Museum of Glass. Browse 3500 years of glassmaking history in our collection galleries, then watch glass come to life during the live Hot Glass Demo. You’ll be inspired to experience the wonder of glassmaking for yourself during a Make Your Own Glass workshop (reservations available online). See the stunning Contemporary Art + Design Wing, which houses a 26,000-square-foot contemporary gallery and 500-seat Amphitheater Hot Shop for live glass demos and design sessions. Kids and Teens (17 and under) Free! Adult admission tickets are $19.50 and are good for two consecutive days. Discount of 15% for AAA/CAA, Students, Military and 55+. Blue Star Museum- Free Admission for Active Military and family Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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1 Museum Way, Corning, NY 14830-2253
+1 607-937-5371
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We decided to enjoy a fusing workshop it was only us so it was fun. We saw a demonstration of making Tiffany glass and today we are going back to the museum. Recommended to both adults and children of young age.

Thank Sabra2308
Reviewed 2 days ago

I can't say enough great things about this museum. Interesting for all ages. Full of beautiful pieces and fascinating demonstrations. So. Well. Done. A fabulously presented museum. You won't find a better place to visit! Spend the day, or even two. You will LOVE this...More

Thank catsnotkids
Reviewed 2 days ago

Something for everyone, I think. We all liked the hot glass works and demonstrations. I spent more time on the exhibits like the development of float glass, glass fiber for insulation and fiber optics, gorilla glass for cellphones. Others in our group liked the videos...More

Thank Ontario76
Reviewed 6 days ago

our family loves going to Corning Museum of Glass, especially as the kids aged and were able to understand and interact with the displays and presentations better. We won a very lovely bowl that was produced in one of the live glass shows. The Fiber...More

Thank Phil R
Reviewed 1 week ago

My sister was visiting for Thanksgiving and we went to the Corning Museum of Glass to see the Tiffany Mosaic Exhibit. It was beautiful. They have a room where you can look at the architecture of the different buildings and church Tiffany designed. Amazing! We...More

Thank ValerieElkland_PA
Reviewed 1 week ago

During my life I saw many interesting works made of glass. But such a collection of exhibits "under one roof" - just shocked me! You will see how in the workshop the master will make another glass miracle. It is very difficult to describe my...More

Thank Vladimir V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Took Advantage of free admission to the museum this Sunday. Enjoyed the glass blowing demonstration as they made snowman and other very cool creatures. Got to decorate cookies and have hot cider and refreshments as part of their open house. Great displays and an excellent...More

Thank johnthedentist64
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is encyclopedic; make sure you have lots of time to tour. Your ticket is good for two days and I recommend breaking up your visit if you can. There are many terrific demonstrations and hand's on activities as well as excellent volunteers that...More

Thank Tellurian
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went here over the Thanksgiving break and really enjoyed the museum. They had different demonstrations going on. One was about making a glass bowl, and the audience watched the whole process live of this bowl being made. The pieces were beautiful! This is a...More

Thank BriPri
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A must visit. Very surprised. It’s not all glass amazing history is on display. Items you probably have never seen or will have an opportunity. So many items made AD and BC. Just so interesting Enjoyed the demonstration of glass blowing. Plan a few hours...More

Thank Peggy H
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Lauri W
29 June 2017|
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Response from Ryan D | Property representative |
As many have commented already, we would agree that there is something to see and do here for all ages. Many of the Make Your Own Glass experiences are appropriate for all ages and we also offer programming that is geared... More
24 June 2017|
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Response from Ryan D | Property representative |
Yes indeed! The live demonstrations which include glass blowing, flameworking, glass breaking and optical fiber are always popular. If your teens are more hands on they will enjoy our Make Your Own Glass workshops. Best of... More
30 October 2016|
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Response from Ryan D | Property representative |
Hello Jeff, yes we do allow service dogs at the Corning Museum of Glass.