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We originally came in to make our own glass Christmas ornaments, which was a really good time, but stayed to wander through the museum. After you make your own glass anything you realize just how difficult it is. It makes you appreciate the work in...More
Nice variety of displays, with knowledgeable docent. Friendly people. Displays rotate. Nice video background, too. Large gift shop with good prices, to boot. They have glass blowing and other classes, too.
Quite interesting glass museum - specializing in glass companies from Ohio. Not a large place but some great displays, very nice and attentive staff. They have a good glass library also. Definitely worth going to if in the area of Lancaster,. OH
This is a well appointed museum. It has many varieties of Ohio glass. Don’t miss the glass blowing exhibit. We have seen several demos and this one by Theresa was the best experience. If I were closer, I’d take a class there.
Some places are just plain fun- and the Ohio Glass Museum is one. So many past exhibits have proven this place a sure winner- from marbles and oddballs you seldom see in an antique mall all the way down to local glass and my favorite-...More
Fabulous glass Museum in Lancaster, Ohio -- which has long had the nickname "Glass City" due to Anchor Hocking being headquartered there for years.
Many glass ware companies are featured though ... as are many styles & varieties.
They also have wonderful classes and events...More
Seeing the history of glass in the region (Hocking Hills is the Hocking in anchor Hocking) was really interesting and the glass blowing demonstration was great. We even bought the piece he made and picked it up on the drive home from our trip.
This glass museum has alot of interesting rooms such as the Vault Room; theme collections in the main gallery; glass blowing demo; educational video; and a gift shop. It was quite interesting to learn more about Ohio's early glass development. Kudos to Mike for such...More
Docents are knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Film is informative touching social history as well as the story of how pervasive glass production was in Ohio's economy in years gone by. The glassblowing demonstration is well done. The pristine glass display cases are filled with colorful pieces...More