Admission to the National Museum of Cambridge Glass is $4/adult; $3/Senior, AAA members or groups of 12 or more; children under 12 and NCC members are free.
- Open: April through October except Easter and July 4; Wednesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
- Location: (Map It) 136 South 9th Street in Cambridge, Ohio
- Phone: 740-432-4245
- Web: Click here
The National Museum of Cambridge Glass is owned and operated by the National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. (NCC). It houses one of the world’s most extensive collections of Cambridge Glass, plus the tools, molds and etching plates used to manufacture the glass. There is something of interest for everyone. Enjoy the beauty, the history and learn about this highly skilled craft.
The Museum includes dioramas depicting the glass-making process; a dining room appointed with Cambridge glass; the Edna McManus Shepard Education Center where hands-on exhibits are available; and a gift shop featuring genuine Cambridge Glass, limited-edition reproductions, and books on glass collecting. The Museum is accessible to the handicapped and parking is free.