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Dorflinger Glass Museum

Long Ridge Road, White Mills, PA 18473
+1 570-253-1185
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A hidden gem

We were very pleasantly surprised to discover the Dorflinger glass museum and factory. Located in... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
marjay3
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New York
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Breathtaking and informative

This is a beautiful piece of history that is worth the stop. Spend a couple of hours and enjoy the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
DMB529
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Pennsylvania
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Long Ridge Road, White Mills, PA 18473
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were very pleasantly surprised to discover the Dorflinger glass museum and factory. Located in two separate buildings along with a preserve which hosts concerts, the quality of cut crystal is amazing. Before my visit I had never heard of the Dorflinger glass company which...More

Thank marjay3
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a beautiful piece of history that is worth the stop. Spend a couple of hours and enjoy the scenery and gorgeous glass presented. The history behind the pieces is just as interesting as the actual pieces themselves. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit

Thank DMB529
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had been recommended to go here and finally made it. What a treat! This place is amazing for what has been saved. The pieces are beautiful and the craftsmanship is beyond words. We had a private tour and will definitely be back with family...More

1  Thank Evelyn D
Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

White Mills is nestled between Hawley and Honesdale. Off the main road is this beautiful old estate displaying hundreds of beautiful, historic pieces. They include items made for various presidents at the White House, as well as gorgeous pieces you will not see elsewhere. The...More

2  Thank Marcia H
Management response:Responded 20 June 2017

Thank you for your kind words. We love sharing the beauty here with others! Hope you'll come again.

Reviewed 17 December 2016

We popped in to get out of the 10 degree weather and were very happy we did. A charming man took us on our own private tour of the factory and we saw glass from Lincoln's presidency as well as Edward Murphy's 1913 baseball bat...More

Thank Esqbaby
Management response:Responded 9 May 2017

Thanks for you kind works about the Dorflinger Glass Museum, but you were at the Dorflinger Factory Museum. They both have collections of Dorflinger glass and are both in White Mills. We sit at the top of the hill in White Mills on the grounds...More

Reviewed 21 November 2016

Walking around the Preserve on a beautiful Saturday was wonderful. The grounds are immaculate. Best on a good weather day.

Thank newmaninseinfeld
Management response:Responded 9 May 2017

Thank you! We think it's a special place, too.

Reviewed 17 October 2016

Went to the Droflinger Glass Museum after reading the review on Trip Advisor. Very happy to say that it was an afternoon well spent. The restoration is quite impressive. the museum is full of glass that is amazing to see. All and all, a walk...More

Thank achristensen2016
Reviewed 16 October 2016

A very nice location in the hills of Pennsylvania. We toured both the glass museum and the factory museum. Both places are well done and worth the time to visit. The glass museum has an entry fee, the factory museum is free. We lucked out...More

Thank Thomas S
Management response:Responded 9 May 2017

Thank you for your kind words about the Dorflinger Glass Museum. We are a non-profit that started in 1980 when we were gifted the property from descendants of the Dorflinger family. Our small entrance fee helps us to keep our doors open. We are lucky...More

Reviewed 9 September 2016

Was totally surprised at the restoration of these 2 buildings...my last visit found them still in ruins...so congratulations on a superb job...docents were very enthusiastic as well as the carpenter who beamed with joy...so nice to see history being preserved..bravo!

Thank gypsy4747
Reviewed 7 September 2016

The museum is very nice and offers a beautiful sampling of Dorflinger glass. I would like to see the staff as enthusiastic as those at the sister museum down the street. There are beautiful trails to explore and they offer lovely concerts in the summer....More

Thank SirRead
Management response:Responded 9 May 2017

Thank you for taking the time to write your review and for visiting us. The museums are under separate ownership. We are a nonprofit that was started in 1980 when descendants of the Dorflinger family left us the property to preserve as a wildlife sanctuary....More

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