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Baker Glass Museum

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Baker Family Museum PH: 740-732-6410 www.bakermuseum.org
People everywhere marvel over one of the finest collections of glassware and antiques in the United States. Many showrooms feature over 100,000 pieces from respected glass companies such as Cambridge, Heisey, Fenton, Westmorland and Degenhart, as well as a vast array of pottery from companies like Weller, Shawnee, Roseville, and McCoy. You’ll also find one of the largest collections of very fine, hand-painted porcelain china of R.S. Prussia.

Additional display rooms and settings showcase antiques of an old-time kitchen; cream processing; antique guns; teacher’s and miner’s desk area; lamps; grandfather clocks; music boxes; and many other historical items of yesteryear. Together, each component creates a lure that even gains the respect and appreciation of studied collectors! You won’t want to miss this first-class destination located at 805 Cumberland Street and within two blocks of Historic Downtown Caldwell.

Buses are welcome!

For museum information and hours please call (740) 732-6410.

Tour the Display Rooms!
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The Glass Pass is your exclusive personal ticket to a glass adventure.  The Glass Pass will provide you special discounted admission to 9 of the most historic and interesting glass attractions in the tri-state area.  You may visit each attraction only once, but the pass itself never expires!  Each site cancels the pass in a unique way, making the pass itself a collectible.
It's easy, fun, and best of all, you can get it at any participating Tourist Information Center listed on the back page of the brochure.

For more information on Glass Pass CLICK HERE