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The Corning Museum of Glass
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Today 9AM–5PM
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1 Museum Way Corning, NY 14830
1 Museum WayUSNew YorkCorning14830
(607) 937-5371cmog.org
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See 35 centuries of glass artistry, watch live glassmaking and learn to make your own glass. Open 7 days a week. Kids and teens receive free admission.
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From Egyptian artifacts to modern items, collection holds 3,500 years of art plus workshops & demos.- Google
"Good food in the café and nice items in the gift shop."
"The hot glass and breaking glass displays were particularity cool."
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Tyler Wright
2 months ago
Amazing place to bring the family and explore. Lots of interactive activities and workshops. There are glass making/breaking demos and workshops where you can make glass also! There's a restaurant (with pretty good food), a store (with anything you could ever want), and a couple museums filled with glass history and glass art. I would highly recommend!
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Gregg Lantz
a month ago
Wanna blow some glass? Wanna break some glass? Wanna learn about fiber optic cable? This is the place. The museum gift shop is a great place to find gifts for everyone, even if you don't have time for the museum. Stop on the weekend after Thanksgiving for their huge holiday sale. So cool!
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Nancy Muller
4 months ago
Beautiful and fascinating. Live the science center and always have to play with glass at the studio. They help you just enough that everyone always leaves with a beautiful piece they have made. Must see-- Glassfest each May!!
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Tabitha Markle
2 months ago
Make your own glass ornament was fabulous. And there was a studio glass sale, Awesome.
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Nicole Lavallee
2 months ago
This place is huge. Well worth the travel there. The price seemed high going in but after being there all day it was reasonable. So much to see. We we're there for about 4 hours and only saw about a 1/3 of the items. The demos were excellent. The speakers were fabulous and super knowledgable. I recommend taking the in house guided tour for an hour. It showed us lots of highlights and we saw a lot of different areas. They offered a combo to the Rockwell museum which we purchased. They are reviewed separately. However if given a choice again I would opt out. There was more I would have preferred to see at this museum instead. The cafe is typical and offered good option but of course was pricey. I like the shuttle bus which goes to both museums, parking lot and downtown.
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Julie Dobson
4 months ago
The museum was absolutely wonderful. We enjoyed every part of it , except the gift shop.. So disappointed that almost every thing there was made in china or other countries. I bought 2 blown glass roses ,assuming they where made there . I got home, unwrapped them to discover the tag on the bottom said made in china.
Pamela Keep
5 months ago
Wonderful experience - Lots of interesting and amazing displays. Loved that the shuttle takes you to Market St. area as well - we explored the shops and had a great lunch there. This was our first time in the Corning area - we hope to visit again.
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Monk Tong
a month ago
Fun place for a day. Learn all about glass, glass making... From intricate objects to common day items like the glass on your phone.

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