The National Museum of
Cambridge Glass

136 S. Ninth Street ~ PO Box 416 ~ Cambridge, OH 43725
740/432-4245 ~ www.cambridgeglass.org

Hours: April - October;
Wed - Sat ~ 9am to 4pm
Sun ~ noon to 4pm
Additional days/hours by appointment
Tour : 1 hour
Maximum size: 1 Motorcoach at a time
Reservations required
Motorcoach parking on premises
Handicap Accessible
The National Museum of Cambridge Glass, owned and operated by the National Cambridge Collectors, Inc., houses a superb collection of glassware produced by The Cambridge Glass Company from 1902 to 1958.
Visitors to the museum are able to experience the history of glassmaking through exhibits with a mock furnace, tools, molds, and other items involved in the manufacturing of fine handmade glassware. Original Cambridge Glass Company etching plates are also on display. Visitors are invited to choose their favorite etching and do a pencil rubbing from the plate as a souvenir of their museum tour.
A dining room highlights Cambridge Glass used in a formal dining setting in the early 1900s. The sample room played a very important part in the sales of The Cambridge Glass Company. This room has been replicated in the museum using authentic sample room furniture and even the original sample room door from The Cambridge Glass Co. factory.
View over 9,000 pieces of elegant Cambridge Glassware as you tour the museum. The company produced thousands of designs and color combinations and is a much sought after collectible today. Also featured is the Edna McManus Shepard Education Center where visitors can actually touch a glassmaking mold and learn how glass was engraved by observing an original factory cutting table from the 1940s.
Gift Shop Located On Site!