Reviews of The Museum Of American Glass in West Virginia (Tourist Attraction)

230 Main Ave, Weston, WV 26452, United States

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REVIEWS OF The Museum Of American Glass in West Virginia IN West Virginia

Elmer Lloyd

What a collection! Examples of every kind of glassware (even chocolate) labeled for your information. Also, a section is provided with reference books. All in all my husband and I enjoyed this and the best part came when we were speaking to the pleasant and knowledgeable gentleman who manned the front desk. Worth a stop.

Michelle Stellato Belt

If you love antique glass, this is your place!

Carol Lynn Powell

Awesome displays

Jesse Corlis

Catherine Miller

They have an absolutely wonderful collection of Steuben Crystal and other old glass. Plan to spend several hours. Time flies by fast here.

Ellie

JANET AGNEW

Jessica Lytle

Proud Pennsylvanian

This museum has a ton of glassware. I was shocked when I walked in the door. My mother is and grandma was a big collector of most things and this place brought back a lot of memories. I had forgotten about many of the glasswares I saw at the museum. Tons of colors and all are displayed very nicely. Kids will even enjoy the walk around. Give yourself 15 minutes or a hour and have a look.

Country News Wire

Nice place. Lots of glass. Enjoyable stop.

Tracy Wine

jerry young

Great

Geina Deake

Tessa F

Full of amazing glass items. The glass doll house is beautiful! The museum was a little hard to find, it only has the name on the door and we passed it the first time but so glad we drove back around to stop in.

Anna and Pug

Good

Carol Buckhannon

Ed Perva

A glass lover or not, this is an awesome place to visit. It's fun for no more than finding things that your mother of grandmother had in their homes. Visitor friendly, not your normal stodgy museum.

Barbara Dyko

Very good collection of American glass with good representation of 20th century glass from various manufacturers. Staff very knowledgable.

Gregory Phillips

Patricia John Smith

Very interrdting.

Eden Mack

Wonderful visit! The staff was very knowledgeable and passionate... They took time to explain things to my kids, who loved the museum.

Stacy Powell

Great place to visit if u have any interest in tha history of glass...very helpful staff also..

Missi Reason

Wonderful, worth the 2 hr trip! Staff is nice and compassionate for the arts. I enjoyed seeing the vintage glass, reminders of my childhood (pepsi bottles) and the hand crafted exhibits are great as well.

Terri S.

We had a wonderful time here - amazing collection of lovely and interesting items! Staff was knowledgeable and friendly. Bright, attractive presentation of a great variety of glassware. We will definitely be back for another visit - it's easy to spend hours in this museum! Free admission, limited parking.

JX

Great place, wide variety of glassware

Johnette Totten

What an unexpected treasure trove! Over 1600 pieces of glass. The museum staff were friendly and very knowledgeable.

Annette Daffron

Small museum focused on American glassware. Beautiful collections and the folks are really nice.

Danny Davis

Mart Groesser

Wonderful museum.

Andy Chelsted

Really cool historic glass from all over the United States, never realized there were so many glass manufacturers.

Ann EB

Small but surprisingly interesting. If offered a tour, take it. Well worth a little extra time.

Joanna Kuhn

Anita Maher

Beautiful and very informative!

Kelly McFadden

As lovers of glass, this visit was long overdue. The impressive collection is so gorgeous in person. There is a bit of every style of glass. I know I missed things because there is just so much to see. It's a self-guided tour so you can go at your own pace. I hear that some employees as volunteers offer tours or walk through and I'm assuming that would be really cool too. We met a lovely volunteer who took the time to recommend some specific lithograph documents based on our interests and home town. She also put together some other "what to see in town" brochures which was so kind and helpful. If you like glass, visit. It's free but you can make a donation. We decided to become members as the museums work is important to us. Honestly the membership levels are reasonable and you get a quarterly magazine and discounts if you are into research. We spent a couple hours there and it was a great trip.

K P

This place was very interesting. It was hard to walk out without buying more.

Chloe Dunn

Very interesting, but no specific parking for the museum!

Gary Moskovitz

chelsea Wiseman

It was interesting lots of pieces from all over the us.

Rogue Ranch

Who ever heard of a glass museum where kids are ENCOURAGED to touch the glass? The volunteer staff love glass and want to share it with the world. We attended an ornament making workshop for kids. Was great fun and entirely free.

Bruce DeBoard

Michael Casuccio

Tim Rodgers

Wonderful display of glass from around the country.

Marion Bennett

You really need view and visit. Beautiful glass artwork and depression. Must see. Oh, and don't forget to go into the area where you can purchase some glass work to take home!

James McDonald

A glass wonderland!

Dave Kolmer

Melissa Davis

Lovely place. Kids have hands on exhibits to play with while you look around. Nice gift shop. Kids get a free souvenir on the way out.

Hayley Foster

Becki Lesher

Mary Minderlein

I love glass, so this museum was right up my alley! Close to 100 showcases full of glass, generally grouped by manufacturer. They also had a large display of paperweights and also one of marbles. Great glass sculpture in the front window!

Char Lee

Glass. Glass. Glass & more glass. Home of the Blinko Man. Glass ware from some states, they are looking for Alaska,Alabama,Arkansas,Wymoning,plus a few more. If your planning a trip or want to contribute call if your state's still is missing. Your name may be added as a donor. Great place for kids..I know you think I'm crazy but the glass is inclosed. & there is many activities for kids to see and do. Treasure hunts for both adults and kids. It's fun.

Vincent Eagan

This is a great little find. Parking needs to be better.

Andrew Wilson

This is a great place to see all different kinds of glass. If you are interested, talk with the museum personel. The guy who was there when I was showed me some really interesting pieces and explained some of the history to me. He seemed happy to spend time showing it all to me. You could spend 5 minutes and see the highlights if you aren't especially interested, or you could spend a day exploring and comparing everything. They also have a library of books on various glass related topics that you are allowed to look through.

Eduardo Astacio

Russ Crupe

Erika Kolenich

Mary Ann Pike

Very cool place. All kinds of different glass objects from many different places. Also a library of glass reference books, examples of glass molds and pressing machines. A great educational experience.

Dillon Miller

Carol s Buckhannon

Vivian

Darlene Stead

Interesting works of glass.

Alicia Cruz

Very interesting

SHREK

Really fascinating place. Great artifacts! Interesting history of glass items.

Joyce Nelson

Today

Jennifer Price

Ron Collins

An awesome collection of american glass with a regional focus

Jeremy Whitlow

Alicia Livingston

Susan Peltz

Great place!

Doris Price-McCormick

large collection of Steuben. many different manufacturers work displayed. friendly reception.

Robert Hill

No glass blowing demonstrations. It's mostly a shop that sells glass gifts that were made there. There's a small room that sells local jams and jellies and Honey's. But it was very disappointing.

Vendell Gombarcik

Wonderful & beauriful art glass. Even the large glass dollhouse Mansion a magnificent treat.

virginia stoeckel

Jennifer Hess

Erica Eppler Miller

Schir

It's a quiet exhibit, that doesn't get too busy.

Debbie Dean

Beautifully presented massive collection of all kinds of glass and a big historical library for glass research. Stunning display of Steuben figures and knowledgeable docents. Not a good place to take your rowdy children though!

rosemary hans

Beautiful glass museum and friendly staff. Tons of history on glass making.

Donna Phillips

Undesirable. One has to visit to see the extensive variety of glasswork.

Jim Sharp

Douglas McClellan

More fascinating than you'd expect..even if you stop for just a quick glance and dont spend hours on the self guided tour..you'll absolutely find at least something to marvel at :)

M H

What a neat place! Definitely will come back when I get back to the area & spend more time.

debi schaible

Leandro Muller

I didnt take any pictures of this place but this is definetly a place to bring any artist or make your mother, wife, or daughter happy. I'm not sure about the mother-n-law.

Jenell Crinkey

Susan Metzler

Laura Fleming

Awesome

Becky Berlin

Super interesting, beautiful displays, and its free!

Guenter Laurenzen

(Translated by Google) Was OK (Original) War Ok

Tankruler 4

It was fun to watch the glass blowing demonstrations

Tim G

Amanda Rucker

I could spend hours there and still be in awe.

Donald Downing

I found this place to be informative and entertaining. I never thought about the many ways that glass could be casted and blown. For someone who really isn't interested in glass will find it to be a nice visit. And you can't beat the admission price. FREE....

Dare Hawkins

A super nice museum

Ted A

Nice displays. Neat collections of glassware used every day.

Donna Sawyer

What an amazing collection of glass. knowledgeable and inviting staff..not a spot to miss if you'really in the area..

Christine Grissom

It was amazing. My 10 and 4 year old loved it also.

Glee Morton

If in the area many beautiful items and some for purchase.

Business Hours of The Museum Of American Glass in West Virginia in West Virginia

SUNDAY
1–5PM
MONDAY
9:30AM–5PM
TUESDAY
9:30AM–5PM
WEDNESDAY
9:30AM–5PM
THURSDAY
9:30AM–5PM
FRIDAY
9:30AM–5PM
SATURDAY
9:30AM–5PM

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