Places to Visit

Many regional and national museums have outstanding exhibits of various kinds of glass, china and pottery. Some are listed here, but if one you especially enjoy isn’t here, please let us know by sending an email to

The Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art (
1311 Pearl Street, Denver, CO 80203, General admission $8.00. Seniors, Teachers & Students $6.00 with ID, no children under 13, Phone: 303-832-8576
E-Mail: (Closing at this location May 1, 2016, and moving to new facility at 1201 Bannock Street in 2017)

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (
Many interesting exhibits, including “From Paris to the Plains: Van Briggle Art Pottery”–The exhibit draws upon the museum’s renowned collection of Van Briggle Art Pottery and features the finest examples from the pottery’s first decade of operation. 215 S. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903, Phone: 719-385-5990, Email:

Museum of American Glass in West Virginia (, Directions: From Interstate 79 take exit 99 (Weston/Buckhannon).Follow Rt 33 West for 2 miles. Turn left on Main Avenue–MAGWV will be on the left at 230 Main Avenue, Weston, West Virginia 26452. Phone: 304-269-5006. Hours: 12 to 4 p.m., Mon-Fri, (7 days a week Memorial Day to Labor Day). Admission free.

National Depression Glass Association Museum (, 117 S Washington Ave, Wellington, KS 67152, Phone:(620) 326-6400, Hours: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm, Thurs-Sat (closed Jan and Feb)

Museum of Glass (, 1801 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA 98402
Admission: Adults $15, Children 5-12 $5, Seniors 62+ $12, AAA members $13 Summer Hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Sat, 12-5 Sun. Telephone: (866) 468-7386

National Museum of Cambridge Glass ( 136 South Ninth Street, Cambridge, Ohio. Admission: $5.00 General Admission, $4.00 AAA Members, $4.00 Senior Citizens Hours: Wednesday – Saturday (9 – 4) and Sunday (noon to 4). Closed Easter and July 4th, November through March, by appoint ment only Phone: 740-432-4245