Experience what it was like to work at The Cambridge Glass Company (1902 – 1958), “one of the most prosperous glass companies the world had ever known.”
Visitors can watch a vintage film showing the Cambridge artisans as they demonstrate the handmade glassmaking process inside the famous glasshouse. You can then dress as glassworkers and hold the original tools that were used to manufacture each piece. Stroll through colorful displays featuring over 9,000 pieces of handmade Cambridge Glass. Make a pencil rubbing from an authentic etching plate once used by the company known worldwide for quality, then visit the Museum Gift Shop with genuine Cambridge Glass for unique gifts.
This is a truly unforgettable treasure along the Lewis and Clark Trail.
National Museum of Cambridge Glass Reservations and Information:
136 South 9th Street, Cambridge, Ohio 43725, United States