The Corning Museum is one of the places I had always wanted to visit and I was so pleased to
finally do so. It is fascinating to watch demonstrations of glass making and to view the many examples of glass throughout its history. My only disappointment was that we had only a few hours to spend, because a few days are really needed to really read and view all that is there, and to absorb it all. The colors, textures and forms absolutely dazzle ones eyes.
Particularly charming was a truck, parked just inside the entrance, with vases of daffodils, roses and other flowers, all made of glass.
An added surprise was the cafeteria; unlike most museums, the food was reasonable and quite tasty.
My visit was with my adult daughter and college student granddaughter. We all enjoyed it equally, but it is a museum that can be appreciated on different levels, by all ages.
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