Even if you are not interested in glass, the hot shop where they have live glass blowing and explanations of how pieces are made is fantastic. The people in the hot shop are experienced and can answer any question about the process of glass blowing. We watched a vase being made which had some interesting raised elements, learned how they get the patterns into the glass, and about the process in about one hour. After that we wandered through the museum. The museum has a great section that takes kids' drawings and makes them into glass. It is quite delightful. Afterwards, head out to the bridge of glass over the interstate, where you can find more pieces, and a really interesting display by Dale Chihuley.
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