We’ve launched a redesigned website at www.cmog.org. The site offers new content, increased access to the Museum’s collection and new user-friendly features. The front page serves as a starting point to explore 35 centuries of glass art: the site now features thousands of videos, articles, images and resources on glass and glassmaking.
A growing resource created from slides, rare books, trade catalogs, photographs, oral histories, design drawings, works of art on paper, notebooks, and sketchbooks, dating from the 12th century to the present.
Yes. The Museum campus has free public wireless internet access (WiFi) in most areas including the GlassMarket Café, the Rakow Research Library and The Studio. Connect to “CMoG Guest” from the list of available Wi-Fi networks. The signal may be weaker in some areas than others.
The Museum offers one-hour family-friendly tours daily, from Memorial Day through October, and during winter and spring breaks; see the calendar for dates and times. Special exhibition tours are also available throughout the year. We have a self-guided tour through the Museum, available any time during our operating hours. If you would like to schedule a guided tour, contact 607.438.5113 at least two weeks ahead of time. All guided tours are subject to Docent availability. The Museum also accommodates group tours (20 or more people).
Yes. The Museum campus has free public wireless internet access (WiFi) in most areas including the GlassMarket Café, the Rakow Research Library and The Studio. The signal may be weaker in some areas than others.
Follow these instructions to connect on your Android device:
Go to Settings and touch “Wireless and networks.” Touch “Wi-Fi settings.” Touch to turn on your device’s Wi-Fi setting. Select “CMoG Guest” from the list of Wi-Fi networks.
Download these free Audio files below to hear the Museum's curators describe a variety of pieces in our collection. Listen to them right at your computer or download them onto your MP3 player to enhance your visit to the Museum.
Teaching your children about art or history? Download the family version to get a customized experience for your children!
There are a number of ways to explore the Museum. Take a map and explore on your own, or join a guided tour (offered during the summer and some school breaks). You'll also find gallery activities and Top 10 guides at gallery entrances that are great for the whole family.