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Pairpoint Glass Works

851 Sandwich Road, Sagamore, Bourne, MA 02561
+1 508-888-2344
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Worth a Stop

We usually stop here every other year when we visit the Cape. They typically display some new... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Joanne V
Hudson, New Hampshire

This business has been sold within the last year or so. The wonderful thing is you can still go in... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Plymouth, Massachusetts
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3 weeks ago
“Worth a Stop”
17 Jan 2017
“Local artistry at its best ”
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Hours Today: 11:00 - 16:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
851 Sandwich Road, Sagamore, Bourne, MA 02561
+1 508-888-2344

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We usually stop here every other year when we visit the Cape. They typically display some new items but sometimes they have the same items we've seen over the years. I especially love the glass swans and have three of them now. They look really...More

Thank Joanne V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This business has been sold within the last year or so. The wonderful thing is you can still go in and watch the glassblowing for free! Many of the artisans have been there quite a long time and do beautiful work. The new owners have...More

Thank waterviews2014
Reviewed 10 April 2017

This is essentially a large gift shop with a window to glass blowers. No tours and not much information on glass blowing. The shop does have some beautiful pieces, but not much else.

Thank GeorgiaLucy41
Reviewed 17 January 2017 via mobile

This location epitomizes local artistry. The products are heirloom quality and are more durable than they appear. I have purchased many gifts here and brought all out of town guests here as well. This is a must visit attraction.

1  Thank Boxcar37
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

We've been to the glass blowing museum before and wasn't too impressed. When my cousin suggested stopping here on my way home I wasn't overly thrilled. Then we pulled up to the building and my expectations lowered even more. But we went in and the...More

1  Thank Jgifas
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This is a really cool shop that overlooks the actual glass factory. You can watch the artisans make glass down on the factory floor, it's pretty cool. They were working on chandeliers when we were there. Be very careful walking around all of the expensive...More

Thank Adam T
Reviewed 1 September 2016

I have been to Pairpoint a few times. Their creations are gorgeous but expensive although you can get cup plates at a nominal fee. It's well worth stopping in to see the glass blowers at work. Plus it's on the beautiful Route 6A with all...More

Thank mamalou811
Reviewed 30 August 2016

They used to give tours and do not give tours any longer. The day we were here they were cleaning and not glass blowing. Beautiful selection of things to buy - so for shopping it is good - but for glass blowing go to Sandwich.

Thank Connie F
Reviewed 6 April 2016

We went excitedly to Pairpoint Glass Works to see the glass being blown and the products for sale. We looked in the window to see beautiful colors and shapes, but alas it was closed. Closed in March like a lot of area places. Call before...More

1  Thank jbwhitehouse
Allison L, Manager at Pairpoint Glass Works, responded to this review

Hi JBWhitehouse, We are open all year, but I apologize that we were closed when you stopped by. During winter months, we are open Tuesday through Saturday. Our factory store is back to our regular hours now 7 days a week. Glassblowing hours are Monday...More

Reviewed 11 October 2015

If you time it correctly, you will see the glass blowers working. You will view the artisans through large windows in the showroom. Items available for purchase. Their claim: the oldest glass company in the U.S.

Thank janet s
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