Keeping everyone safe is our idea of a glass act! We have some new guidelines and measures in place to ensure your visit is safe and enjoyable, with the help of our Safety Guide, Penguin Pierre. Pierre has been working hard to keep an eye on our collection, and now he gets to use his PPE (Penguin Protective Experience) to help you enjoy a safe and fun day at the Museum.
Think kids and glass don’t mix? Think again! Our exciting new line-up of family-friendly demos offer a close-up look at the extraordinary things artists can do with glass.
Kids 17 and under are FREE! Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.
Make Your Own Glass
Commemorate your visit to the Museum with a truly unique project that you can only experience here—Make Your Own Glass! Our skilled glassmakers will guide you through the process as you create your own piece of glass art. From fusing to sandblasting, there are a variety of projects for all ages and skill levels. We recommend reserving your spot for this popular experience in advance.
Museums For All
The Corning Museum of Glass is proud to participate in the Museums For All program. Museums for All aims to ensure that every family and child has access to a high-quality museum experience. Participating museums offer deeply discounted admission to any individual or group of four individuals participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by presenting an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card.
Use your smartphone or tablet to access a scavenger hunt in the Contemporary Art + Design galleries! Discover works of art, answer questions, and earn digital trophies. To begin, connect to GlassApp and start sleuthing! Plus, don't forget to use the free Museum WiFi.
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Bring your smartphone or tablet & headphones to the Museum, connect to Free WiFi, explore contemporary glass, and check out a scavenger hunt on GlassApp.
Look for this sign to Recharge your mobile device at one of the 40+ Free Power Stations located throughout the Museum campus.