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Duncan and Miller Glass Museum

Jefferson Av, Washington, PA
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A wonderful bit of local history!

This is a pleasant museum full of local history. I like and appreciate glass, but anyone... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
Lynn S
If you like glassware, you'll really like this museum!

We decided to stop at this museum even though we are not all that into glassware. The museum staff... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2016
trencherjr
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West Hartford, CT
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  • Excellent67%
  • Very good22%
  • Average11%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
22 May 2017
“A wonderful bit of local history!”
19 Jul 2016
“If you like glassware, you'll really like this museum!”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Jefferson Av, Washington, PA
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Reviewed 22 May 2017

This is a pleasant museum full of local history. I like and appreciate glass, but anyone interested in antiques or history would also enjoy this place. Lots of breakables, so little ones would need to be watched closely. There were stairs to the upstairs level...More

Thank Lynn S
Reviewed 19 July 2016 via mobile

We decided to stop at this museum even though we are not all that into glassware. The museum staff was so knowledgeable and passionate, that they almost got me excited about glassware! Seriously, the staff was very knowledgeable and really took the time to explain...More

Thank trencherjr
Reviewed 4 January 2016

Fabulous collection of decorative glass, not produced since the 1950's. Great tour abt 1 hour and gift shop with real authentic pieces forsale and books.

Thank MakielJM
Reviewed 12 December 2015

stopped in in middle of day - volunteers very pleasant and knowledgeable. glass is impressive. house is easy to miss along the road

1  Thank William B
Reviewed 19 July 2015 via mobile

Older 2 story house with fine display of local made glass. Docents well informed and cooperative. Parking in rear at a lower level.

Thank pdcanguy
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Step back in time to a house full of elegant, locally made glassware produced prior to 1955. It's a real treat and great education. This museum trying to keep alive a huge industry of days gone by. There is also a great gift area where...More

Thank MakielJM
Reviewed 14 May 2014

We visited here last summer and just stopped in since my husband is from Washington and they love the Duncan miller glassware. The tour was given by the docent...she gave wonderful information. I thought it would be like any museum and we would just wander...More

3  Thank Lora M
Reviewed 25 November 2013

There is quite a lot of DM history to be learned there and viewing all the different beautiful glass was thrilling. You can spend as much time as you like and no one rushes you. It is worth the trip to visit Washington PA as...More

1  Thank reen715
Reviewed 22 July 2013

The Duncan and Miller glass museum located in Washington, PA just south of I-70 at the Jefferson Av exit is a wonderful place to revisit the the past and learn a lesson on the history of glass making in the Pennsylvania and West Virginia area....More

3  Thank SaintVitas
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