I really wasn't sure what to expect before visiting this museum, but my family and i were very pleasantly surprised and impressed! There was a docent. She had us watch an interesting 2-3 min video about the founding of Millersburg Glass. Then she took us into a room filled with a few of the beautiful glass creations. It's hard to believe these were sold at 5 & 10 cent stores back in the day! Mr. Fenton was quite the artist! The whole experience lasted about 45 min. It's $5/person, unless you buy a combo ticker with the Victorian House (i believe you have to buy the combo ticket from the Victorian House). The docent was very knowledgeable and answered any questions we had. She taught us a lot about Millersburg Glass and encouraged us to be on the lookout in thrift stores! This attraction is wheelchair accessible.
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