Programs for Boy Scouts

Boy Scout or Cub Scout visits can be planned either for weekends or weekdays.

Young Girl Scout in blue vest colors with a purple marker

Currently, we are not able to accept group visits of more than 10 guests for the foreseeable future.  Until further notice, reservations will not be accepted, and motorcoaches will be turned away. Please continue to visit or contact the Tourism Sales team directly at 1-877-733-2664 / 607-438-5400 or [email protected] for updates related to scheduling a group visit. 

The Corning Museum of Glass offers scout groups of all ages innovative and fun ways to work toward national scout badges, achievements and electives. We offer self-guided activity sheets and hands-on programming that are sure to meet the needs of all ages of scouts. Please fill out the pre-registration form to start the scheduling process for all scout visits. We do not offer Guided Tours for scout groups.

Group Glassmaking

Make glass with your scout group. Fuse suncatchers, blow holiday ornaments, sandblast original designs on drinking glasses, and more. Activities will vary depending on group size, age, and experience.

When: This program may be scheduled any day of the week, based on availability
Cost: Varies depending on project choice, additional fee for shipping (some items must cool overnight).
Registration: Required. A minimum of 10 participants is required, we ask for three-weeks notice to book your experience.
Contact: Email [email protected] or call +1 (607) 438-5451.

Scout Worksheets

Round red patch design with a silhouette of a girl with a ponytail blowing glass

Use our NEW Girl Scout Patch activity sheet to learn how the Girl Scout Law applies to glass. Earn a patch by exploring the galleries, going to a Hot Glass Demo, and completing the activity sheet along the way.

Cost: $3.65 per patch

Send activity sheets and payment to NYPENN Pathways Cicero Service Center, 8170 Thompson Rd., Cicero, NY 13039

Programs for Girl Scouts

Visit with your Girl Scout Troop and utilize the Museum to assist Scouts in meeting some of the r