Holiday Glassblowing with The Corning Museum of Glass
CORNING, N.Y. - There are a lot of fun things for families in Central New York to do during the holidays.
A trip to the Corning Museum of Glass is one stop that is great for families looking for something that everyone can enjoy. The Corning Museum of Glass is the world’s largest glass museum, filled with 50,000+ objects, and lots of opportunities to check out cool glass works, see glass being made, and to make glass yourself.
Holiday visitors can make their own snowman, Christmas tree, or Victorian ornament at The Studio.
Right when you walk into the building, you'll see the holiday sparkle and decor throughout the Museum, including a glass ornament tree in the lobby that is 14 feet tall with over 2,000 ornaments.
There's also an exhibit there that honors Louis C. Tiffany, the first Design Director at Tiffany & Co., founded by his father Charles Lewis Tiffany. This is the first exhibit dedicated to his stunning mosaics made up of thousands of individual pieces of glass.
The Corning Museum of Glass is located about 2 short hours south of Syracuse.
Find out more by visiting their website, https://www.cmog.org/.