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Greenwood Glass Blowing Studio Gallery & School

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gaitkeeperstables wrote a review Aug 2018
West Cornwall, Connecticut5 contributions
This was a fascinating stop in a lovely town. The gallery is phenomenal. It was a great educational experience learning about the glass blowing process. The gentleman was so knowledgeable and even took questions from "spectators" while he was teaching others how to blow glass.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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kfjbrand wrote a review Jul 2018
West Chester, Ohio28 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed at nearby Hand & Heart B&B while visiting for my nieces graduation party. My husband and brother in law strolled around Riverton and discovered Peter Greenwood's Studio. What a fabulous find! Peter's studio is a renovated church, his work is creative and beautiful and
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Date of experience: July 2018
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CindyM7432 wrote a review Jul 2018
Vernon, Connecticut89 contributions27 helpful votes
This was a fantastic experience. I gave this to my husband as a birthday gift - and Peter was fantastic. We did the 4 piece package (2 paper weights, 1 flower, 1 vase) Took a little over 2 hours for the both of us to complete our pieces. We really enjoyed learning about
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Date of experience: July 2018
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JeffE518 wrote a review Sep 2017
Simsbury, Connecticut10 contributions9 helpful votes
Worth visiting and hearing the story of glassblowing, the owner's history, and seeing his artful pieces. Riverton is small, but the General Store is fun and Sweet Peas is an option for lunch. Definitely see Greenwood.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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410Ronn wrote a review Sep 2017
Manchester, Connecticut15 contributions1 helpful vote
We took two of our 12 and 8 year-old grandkids visiting from Nantucket here during the week and were amazed at the studio and showroom in the old church in Riverton. Peter, the artist-in-residence and owner introduced us to glassblowing, went over safety rules and then guided
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Date of experience: August 2017
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