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There was a demonstration on glass blowing.. very interesting.
As you walk around you see all the different glass dating back to the 1800s. I really enjoyed this museum.. very knowledgeable..
It’s worth the trip..
This was my second time visiting the Sandwich Glass Museum. Since I had seen many of the exhibits before you're very beautiful and fascinating I spent more time watching the glass blowing demonstration. The gentleman was very informative and talented and it was fascinating watching...More
I’ll be totally honest, I only went here because the wife wanted to see it. It’s a little place, and admission was $10 a person. We got to see an interesting live glass blowing show, and the museum was filled with some beautiful examples of...More
The museum seemed small when you enter but it just kept going! Excellent glass blowing demo. History of the glass company and collections of glass. Learned a lot about glass. All those old pieces I thought were from the depression are actually from the late...More
A great place for a 2 hour visit when you have had enough sun for the day. Free parking, a tour of the history of glass on cape cod with a demonstration of molding hot glass.There is also a contemporary gallery and gift shop with...More
We were planning to visit on a rainy day but passed by after lunch nearby and decided to go in. We watched some glass blowing but mostly enjoyed the interesting and colorful exhibits. AND, there’s a nice gift shop. They have a video as well...More
This place is more about the history of practical glass items (think plates, cups, etc.) than anything artistic or interesting. The only good/interesting parts of the museum to your average person is the glass blowing demonstration (every hour on the hour) and the special exhibit,...More