Corning Museum of Glass

Corning Museum of Glass

Museum, Art Museum, and Art Gallery
Corning
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  • Ranked #2 for museums in Corning
  • Sandy G.
    "huge store with all kinds of funky glass art."(4 Tips)
    EversonMuseum
    "Check out the live hot glass show!"(3 Tips)
    Colleen R.
    "Do a "Make Your Own Glass" session, too, to get the full experience."(3 Tips)
    Alyssa D.
    "When you walk in pass up the shops to get to the admission table."(3 Tips)
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  • David H.
    David HarritySeptember 11, 2016
    Truly world-class art, science and history museum and art gallery.
  • Nancy W.
    Nancy WolfeAugust 19, 2016
    It was nice to be able to make your own projects. Your can sign up on line. I loved the fish aquarium very creative.
  • Ebrahim B.
    Ebrahim BandookwalaAugust 9, 2016
    Allocate 4 hours to get through it all. Schedule your trip to match show times, open late in summer. Museum store is pricey.
  • Pete W.
    Pete WebbAugust 1, 2016
    Stunning collection of antique & modern glass
  • liz l.
    liz lustigJuly 18, 2016
    great that your admission is for 2 days because there is so! much! to see (and do, also). great museum, loved it.
  • Jeanne L.
    Make your own glass! Great Steuben collection. Outstanding glass art!
  • Jon C.
    Jon ChanJuly 4, 2016
    You'd think based on the name and associated company that this is a super technical museum, but it's actually a great mix of modern art and history
  • Yunhong Z.
    Yunhong ZhouJuly 2, 2016
    glass show
  • Kevin J.
    Kevin JohnsonMay 13, 2016
    I liked it all, even the glass designers
  • Sianna M.
    Sianna MercadoJanuary 6, 2016
    Creating your own glass Is an experience of a life time and worth the price
  • Yolanda M.
    Yolanda MorganDecember 6, 2015
    I was so pumped to go that I showed my excitement during the glass blowing demo and won a free piece! It's a wonderful souvenir to take back to Atlanta, GA!
  • JB A.
    JB AndersonNovember 19, 2015
    Did you know that The Corning Museum of Glass has free admission for kids and teens 17 and under year-round.
  • Caroline D.
    Caroline DengOctober 12, 2015
    Cool gift shop, and 17 and under get free admission!
  • Anthony C.
    Anthony CarpenterJune 17, 2015
    Great food, store, museum, and live entertainment.
  • Flavia G.
    Flavia GJanuary 28, 2015
    They have a do it yourself option. In their gift shop there are many things that are not produced there...
  • Lee M.
    Lee Moffett-LuptonJanuary 1, 2015
    Beautiful exhibits. sign up early if you want to do any of the classes
  • Meghan S.
    Meghan SmithNovember 7, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Fantastic glass art. Great deal for the price of admission. Check out the Glass Market too!
  • Leslie G.
    Leslie GottliebSeptember 1, 2014
    Last two shows of the day, they giveaway glass made earlier in the week.
  • ed P.
    ed PoprikAugust 18, 2014
    Interactive exhibits are fun!
  • Meagan G.
    Meagan GreenAugust 10, 2014
    It's a wonderful place to go win your family. Lots of things to see and even interact with. The glass shows are a must see and you can even go over to the studio and make something yourself!
  • Bojan N.
    Bojan NajdenovJuly 14, 2014
    Quite good
  • Bojan N.
    Bojan NajdenovJuly 14, 2014
    Gotta check this one, quite a master piece
  • ʌǝp
    ʌǝpMay 20, 2014
    Take ur time at this pace and don't miss the glass making show. It's a must! Read everything and see everything. It's quite interesting. Must visit.
  • Alyssa D.
    Alyssa DanchukSeptember 17, 2013
    When you walk in pass up the shops to get to the admission table. Buy a coin anywhere for $3 and you can get a marble at the cool contraption. You will know what I mean. Don't miss this museum!!
  • Chris C.
    Chris ColottiSeptember 3, 2013
    Barely anything in the gift shop is actually made at the facility. Check the labels most things are made in china. A bit odd if you ask me to get glass made in china at the Corning glass museum no?
  • Aizirek S.
    Aizirek SydykovaAugust 25, 2013
    Get the free book here!)
  • Steve C.
    Steve ChizarAugust 21, 2013
    The amazing glzaa exhibits are well worth the tour. Stop at historic Marmet Street using the free shuttle for a bite to eat after your tout. Great way to spend an afternoon.
  • Harshad S.
    Harshad SanghviJuly 20, 2013
    Cool place to visit with family. Make a day out of it.
  • Mike M.
    Mike McfallJuly 18, 2013
    Innovations is more interesting than the museum itself
  • Michael K.
    Michael KJune 30, 2013
    Wasn't sure about stopping here on the way home but glad we did. Lots to see and do and one could spend the entire day here.
  • Beth
    BethMay 21, 2013
    Take a studio class. They are all fun.
  • Raj N.
    Raj NairMay 7, 2013
    Dont miss the hot glass show.
  • Raj N.
    Raj NairMay 7, 2013
    Hot glass and optical fibre show. ..great skills. ..
  • PurePure G.
    PurePure GumdropMay 3, 2013
    Cool!! Amazing shows
  • Shirley Y.
    Shirley YApril 7, 2013
    Definitely try to make it to the glass blowing demo! Very family friendly with a very educational and interactive section.
  • Terri C.
    Terri CameronMarch 30, 2013
    Make an online reservation if you want to make an ornament.
  • Colleen R.
    Colleen RossMarch 16, 2013
    The Fiber Optics demonstration is fantastic! Do a "Make Your Own Glass" session, too, to get the full experience.
  • S M.
    S ManchDecember 29, 2012
    They feature Gimme! Coffee in the cafe. Gimme! Was just named Roaster of the Year.
  • Marc K.
    Marc KonchinskyOctober 26, 2012
    Be sure to catch the live demonstrations outside!
  • Molten
    MoltenAugust 12, 2012
    Marvelous glass, get a ticket to blow your own.
  • Jeff C.
    Jeff CJuly 8, 2012
    The parking lot is a block and a half away from the actual museum. But there's a secret parking lot right behind the museum and you won't have to walk or wait for the shuttle!
  • Andy P.
    Andy ParkerMay 26, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    If you haven't visited here, put it on your bucket list. Whether you take a tour through the museum or attend a special event there such as 2300 Degrees, it will be a very memorable experience.
  • Ava L.
    Ava LuJanuary 10, 2012
    check out the hot glass show, I liked it better when they have an outdoor show. Beautiful display of different types of glass. Definitely going to take you more than 2 hours in there. GIFT SHOP<3<3<3
  • Njyhalo P.
    Njyhalo PavatiDecember 27, 2011
    Sorry CMOG but this was not worth the drive. Thank God I didn't have to pay b
  • EversonMuseum
    EversonMuseumOctober 26, 2011
    Check out the live hot glass show!
  • Will D.
    Will DevineSeptember 23, 2011
    In the past, this has been the rain location for USS Accord's Watkins Glen Weekend, when it's considered too rainy to hike through Watkins Glen State Park. CMOG is great to visit any other time.
  • Danny L.
    Danny LeeAugust 17, 2011
    Sign up early for the glass blowing workshops.
  • 4sq Southern Tier
    4sq Southern TierAugust 3, 2011
    Did you know you can check the latest exhibition schedules and buy tickets on the Museum's website? Read more
  • Examiner.com
    Examiner.comMarch 1, 2011
    The Corning Museum of Glass is the largest glass museum in the world. Admission is well priced and includes several shows and demonstrations. Read more
  • Dave T.
    Dave TylerDecember 29, 2010
    The kids really enjoyed the glass making demostrations. And the cafeteria is excellent and kid friendly.
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