Corning Glass Museum: In Pictures

Corning is a small town on the way from Washington to Niagara Falls. Since we did not want to end up driving the whole day, we decided to stop at Corning. It takes around 5 hours from Washington and another 2 hours to Niagara Falls.
Corning is home to a glass museum which houses more than 45,000 glass objects, some over 3,500 years old from all over the World (Source:Wiki). It is beautiful and you are stunned after seeing such a gorgeous collection.
Take a look at the Wonderful glass pieces and decide for yourself.

Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York

Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Entirely made of Glass beads
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York
Corning Glass Museum, New York

Corning Glass Museum, New York

It was just gorgeous. There is a shop too from where you can buy stuff from. Entry is around 18$ and it is valid for two days. We stayed at the Radisson here. We again ended up talking the whole night just like Washington. Did you check the post on Washington ?
Picture Courtesy: My friends Rachana and Deepak

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