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    This was our 2nd visit over the years. And again we loved it. There are so many hands on exhibits and a few shows, May favorite is the “Breaking Glass” show. There is always something new to discover. Here are some tips: Order tickets online and make reservations for the Making Glass experience. Glass blown pieces need time in the oven to be finished and will be picked up the next day. Also inspect the pieces we had 2 broken items. Parking is free and they offer military discounts. This museum can get busy and if you do not want to wait in line at the cafe you need to plan accordingly. Your ticket let’s you reenter the museum so you could leave for lunch and come back.

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    Dear Corning Museum of Glass:I was greatly surprised and pleased to learn you that you recognized and appreciated my U.S. Navy veteran’s status by welcoming my family and I into your facility at no cost. Thank You!Your “World Class facility and the Staff” were absolutely amazing and a pleasure to experience.My best regards….. and again, Thank You.– Steve Mantor

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    We stopped here on teh way home to Florida from Rochester. I am glad I did.The museum showed how glassmaking was done then and now. The exibits and demonstrations were informing, The staff was great; you can tell they enjoy their jobs.The only slightly negative is: were are older people, and have walking issues. The parking lot was a bit of a walk as well as the tours inside, and presented a problem for one with knee problems. If only there was a tram to take you from the lot to the building…….

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    Amazing! Loved the demonstrations with glass and the information provided. Also the sculptures on display. I loved the make your own glass activity to create beads, neclaces and bowls. I highly recommend this place.

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    Stunning museum! The glass work blows your mind 🙂 I highly recommend when in the southern tier of NY. I crafted my own glass sculpture, only $29.