This museum is walkable from the center of town - we paid $14.50 for two adults & three kids (one of whom was either discounted/free because she was under 6), which I thought was more than reasonable. There was a scavenger hunt through the museum for the children, which they loved, and the prize for finding everything was a little bag of glass marbles - so thougtful, and the kids (surprisingly!) loved them. The video at the beginning was helpful, and especially interesting to our 9-year-old. Glass-blowing demonstration was interesting. Their web site advises not arriving after 3:30pm or you won't have enough time to do everything, and I found this to be accurate - we arrived right about 3:30 and by the time we did video, scavenger hunt, demonstration, seeing the museum itself, and walking through the gift shop, it was just about 5pm. The woman at the front was particularly enthusiastic about encouraging our children to enjoy the museum, which I found shocking since it is a GLASS museum, after all (though the displays are all in clear cabinets, so nothing can really be broken). It was refreshing to have a museum welcome our children and not cringe to see us coming, and we had a very nice experience. The gift shop at the end was fully of many lovely glass items.
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