Corning Museum of Glass Nominated for National Recognition

Posted February 21, 2012

The Corning Museum of Glass has been nominated in Budget Travel's new contest, "15 Places to See Before 15," which features attractions that are "fun, educational, and especially magical through the eyes of a child," as well as enjoyable for parents.

CMOG is a truly unique museum experience that offers: 

•The world's best collection of art and historical glass. More than 45,000 objects trace 3,500 years of glassmaking history. 
•Hands-on exhibits that tell the story of the science and technology behind innovations in glass.
•Live, narrated glassblowing demonstrations all day, every day.
•Make Your Own Glass, the museum's unique try-it-yourself glassmaking program.
•A fully equipped glassworking studio offering year-round courses in all levels of glassmaking.
•The Rakow Research Library, the world's library of record and the finest collection of research materials related to the art, history, craft and technology of glass.
•An 18,000 square-foot GlassMarket, where you can purchase glass treasures from around the world.

The voting deadline is February 28th, and individuals may vote daily. To vote, please visit  www.budgettravel.com/contest/nominate-15-places-kids-should-see-before-15,10/.

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