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My youngest grandson had been to the Works on a second grade field trip and really wanted to return. We went last week and took his older brother and their great grandmother. It is smaller than I anticipated. It is fun with lots of hands...More
A little bit of everything Newark - some history, glass blowing, and hands on activities. Decent way to spend a couple of hours, but I am fairly certain admission was more than COSI Columbus which is much, much larger.
Fantastic facility for all ages! So fortunate to have this amazing place in Newark, Ohio! And they are adding a planetarium- can’t wait! Perfect for young and old. We have a membership, attend fundraising events and special workshops. They also have space to rent for...More
I have been to the works 10 or 12 time and now have a membership. I have been there with grand kids and with my sister. My Sister and I made glass pumpkins (for an additional fee). There are all kinds of activities and enough...More
My college aged daughter visited on a cold January day. We watched an artist create a beautiful glass vase. We visited the hands on science floor and created a magnetic formation, put a snap circuit together to spin a propeller, tested our balance, and measured...More
The Works has something for every age. There is a section that is like a "mini-Cosi" which for younger kids give good activities for their attention span. Upstairs is a history of our area. Our CA visitors were amazed at what a robust economy our...More
A "museum" does not truly describe The Works. Yes, it does have amazing artifacts from the rich manufacturing history of Newark, but it also has a wonderful art gallery with rotating exhibits, a very cool glass-blowing demo lab with an on-duty artisan and some of...More