My wife and I spent about four hours touring the entire complex. Because of time constraints, the time was to short. It not only highlights the history of glass production, it has a unique museum of glass & pottery and also a fascinating display of the actual heating, molding of glass objects. They also have a sales area where you can purchase novelty items and corning cook ware.
The next visit will be days rather than hours.
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