Ohio Glass Museum

Ohio Glass Museum
& Glass Blowing Studio

124 W Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 43130
(740) 687-0101   

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Ohio Glass Museum is a favorite of Adults and Children alike. Experience the process of blown glass creation in our Glass Blowing Studio which is open for demonstrations during regular museum hours. Stop by and see our glassblower, Mike Stepanski at work.

  • Glory Hole in Glass Blowing Studio
    Glory Hole in Glass Blowing Studio
  • Made by Lancaster Glass Company
    Made by Lancaster Glass Company
  • Westmoreland Glass
    Westmoreland Glass
  • Wavy Bowls Sold in Gift Shop
    Wavy Bowls Sold in Gift Shop
Ohio Glass Museum

You will always find something new at the Ohio Glass Museum as we present changing exhibits of glass items throughout the year. The Degenhart exhibit is housed on the lower level. You will not want to miss that one. If you missed some of our past exhibits, we will still have examples of what was shown since our opening day on May 20, 2006.

We are conveniently located in Lancaster, Ohio 43130 off of Business Route 33 (map) in Historic Downtown Lancaster. Glass pieces blown and designed in the studio are for sale in the giftshop. They are great for unique gifts for that special person.

Ohio Glass Museum

Phone (740) 687-0101 Location 124 W Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 43130 (map)


Mar-Oct: Tuesday - Sunday 1-4 pm and by appointment, Closed on Mondays

Nov-Feb: Tuesday-Saturday 1-4 pm and by appointment, Closed on Sundays, Mondays

We are closed on these holidays: New Years Eve and Day, Good Friday and Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Chrismas Eve and Day.


General Admission


Senior Citizen


Student (6-18)


 Children under 6 are free.

Gift Shop Hours — 12-4 pm T-Fri and during regular museum hours.

Bed, Bath and Beyond Exhibition Continues to March 1, 2015

Our new exhibition will be available for viewers beginning September 20th when we hold our opening exhibition during our Gala Evening from 7-9pm in the museum’s Gallery. If you would like to attend, we ask you to call ahead at 740.687.0101 to let us know you will be coming so we have plenty of refreshments to go around! All donations are greatly appreciated and help us exhibit fine glassware from year to year.

Water dispensersWe are excited at the number of tumble-ups that will be in this show from private collectors. This glassware was very popular back in the Atomizerearly 1900’s and later. It usually was found around the bedroom for a late night thirst quencher and/or in a private study, etc. They are in various shapes and sizes and many have artistic decorations that have been applied to the finished piece. 

Other pieces of interest include gorgeous DeVilbiss atomizers and perfume bottles, dresser sets, hair receivers, bathroom containers for toiletries, and more.

Glass Blowing Studio

Glass Blowing StudioGlass Blowing Classes are offered for Individuals or Groups by appointment. Classes are taught by Mike Stepanski. Call (740) 687-0101 to register. One Day Classes: Blown Glass Ornaments, Glass Witch Balls, Glass Pumpkin, Pulled Glass Flower, Glass Paperweight, Glass Heart Paperweight Click here for details.


Flameworking Classes

FlameworkingFlameworking Classes Sign-up for Flameworking Classes with Teresa Cress.

All tools and supplies are provided. Students must wear cotton clothing (no shorts or sandals) and have long hair tied back. Students must be at least 14 years old. Class must have a minimum of 4 students to run; maximum of 6. Prior registration with the Museum is necessary 740 687-0101. Click for Flameworking (glass bead making) class details.