Louisville Glassworks, Louisville

Louisville Glassworks, Louisville

Louisville Glassworks a multi-functional center that houses two glass galleries and workshops. Visitors can see the process of glass forming and blowing as well as purchase the beautiful glass objects made by artists.

Louisville boasts a long tradition of glass making in the US. From 1850 to 1901, at least seven different glass manufacturing factories operated in Louisville. Six were utilitarian bottle houses, and the other manufactured window and plate glass. In 1850 the first glass bottle- and jar-making firm, known as the Kentucky Glass Works was formed.

Glass making continues to this day. Louisville Glassworks boasts the largest privately owned hot glass studios in the country, and a nationally recognized glass art gallery which showcases artist from across the globe.

Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10.00 - 17.00

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Sight Name: Louisville Glassworks
Sight Location: Louisville, USA (See walking tours in Louisville)
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery
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