Visit GlassBarge

ARCHIVE CONTENT - GlassBarge ended it's journey in Watkins Glen on September 16, 2018.

Free glassblowing demonstrations from 11 am to 6 pm daily. Demos are approximately 30 minutes long.

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How to visit GlassBarge

  1. 100 seats are held for advance ticketing at the link below. Reserve your free advance ticket by selecting your preferred day and demo time. Registration will be available four to six weeks prior to each stop.
  2. Limited additional seating is available day of the show. Sign up for your free walk-up ticket at the registration tent located adjacent to the GlassBarge.
  3. See the show from shoreside. Limited seating and standing areas on the shore are available for walk-up and mobility impaired visitors. No ticket required.

At each stop, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum will invite people aboard the Lois McClure to learn about life on a canal barge in the 19th century. Tours are first-come, first-served and do not require registration.

The South Street Seaport Museum will also be on hand to talk about their historic tug that will be moving GlassBarge along the waterways.

Calendar of Stops

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