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Manchester Hot Glass

79 Elm St, Manchester, VT 05255-4600
+1 802-362-2227
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I took my 12 year old daughter there to make her own paperweight! What an amazing experience as... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2015
Christine T
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HOT HOT HOT

And not only the glass. This is a MUST when visiting Manchester VT. Wife dragged me kicking and... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2015
UnklLes
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Callicoon, New York
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Manchester Hot Glass is a glass blowing studio & gallery in Manchester, Vermont. Check out our popular Glassblowing 101 class and learn the craft yourself!Having read a few not so hot reviews I would like to add that Glass making is not a slow process. We work with HOT Glass and to do so you need to keep moving. I dont rush people, I work at a pace that is nessassary to make quality glass.
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79 Elm St, Manchester, VT 05255-4600
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Reviewed 29 July 2015 via mobile

I took my 12 year old daughter there to make her own paperweight! What an amazing experience as you can see from her expression!! The owner Andrew is quite a character-we really enjoyed meeting him. I will be returning next time I am in Vermont...More

Thank Christine T
Reviewed 16 June 2015

And not only the glass. This is a MUST when visiting Manchester VT. Wife dragged me kicking and screaming. Crafts are not my thing. BUT this was exciting. You make your own stuff. OK you do have help but your in there blowing and turning...More

2  Thank UnklLes
Reviewed 15 June 2015

Visited Manchester Hot Glass so my husband could make a paperweight. He collects paperweights, and the opportunity to create his own with coaching and assistance by Andrew and Molly was a real treat for him. It turned out beautifully!

Thank TheDocPGH
Reviewed 30 May 2015 via mobile

My husband and I had a blast!!!! We made a bowl and a beer glass and learned so much! Andrew and Molly were so friendly and make awesome stuff! Can't wait to come back!

1  Thank Mary H
Reviewed 15 May 2015

Last week my wife and I visited beautiful Manchester, Vermont. We arranged a number of activities including a visit to Manchester Hot Glass. As you approach the studio you cannot imagine the amazing pieces of art that are displayed inside. You open the door and...More

3  Thank grayaj1
Reviewed 11 May 2015 via mobile

My boyfriend and I had an amizing time making our pint glasses, and wavy bowls! There is a very nice show room of different pieces that he has made! Drew definitely made our visit a great time! The next time we are in Manchester we...More

1  Thank SabrinaZach
Reviewed 23 March 2015 via mobile

I stopped at Manchester Hot Glass as I wanted to purchase something for my new home. My parents had been before and purchased several pieces and suggested this place. When we got there a woman was making her own paper weight. The instructor mentioned there...More

1  Thank Erica R
Reviewed 15 March 2015

I meant to write this several months ago! Andrew and Molly were totally BOSS. My partner and I had gone to VT back in the fall. We talked to the concierge at our hotel and they recommended this place. Even though both my partner and...More

Thank Kristen C
Reviewed 10 February 2015

Jean & I had a fantastic session with owner Andrew Weill and his assistant, Molly on 02/05/15. We were total novices when we first went in, working with our first "glob" of molten lava glass, but under Andrew's tutelage (complete with urgency, shouting, laughing and...More

2  Thank sbean401
Reviewed 10 January 2015

Beautiful glassware. Handmade pieces are really worth the investment -- but be ready to invest! Only Christmas ornaments were under $20.

Thank Analise B
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RetiredFoodie0003
15 August 2016|
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Response from Andrew W | Property representative |
Several options with group rates available. Options from $50 to $350. It depends on your level of interest
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