• National Museum of Cambridge Glass

  • The National Museum of Cambridge Glass is located in downtown Cambridge, Ohio and is a popular destination for visitors and members from around the country. The Museum has allowed the National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. mission of preservation and education to flourish.

    Experiential programming has been developed by museum volunteers that allow us to engage the public in the rich history of the Cambridge Glass Company. Bus groups and schools visit the museum to experience what it would have been like to work at the glass house many years ago and to see over 10,000 pieces of beautiful Cambridge Glass.

    There is always something new at the National Museum of Cambridge Glass! Staff and volunteers are enthusiastic and excited to share information with each visitor.

Museum Hours of Operation

The museum is open April through October: Wednesday – Saturday (9 – 4)
and Sunday (Noon to 4). Closed Easter and July 4th.

The Museum has holiday hours during November and December.
Check the Events tab for specific dates and times. Tour groups are
accepted during additional hours by calling 740-432-4245 in advance.

Museum Location

The museum is located at 136 South 9th Street, Cambridge, OH.
It is handicapped accessible with plenty of free parking available.


The Museum Is Easy To Find; Just A Short Drive From I-70 Or I-77.

View Full Directions Here

Museum Gift Shop

The Museum has two separate areas designated as gift shops.  If you are looking for a special gift made in Cambridge, Ohio, visit the museum gift shop where you’ll find genuine Cambridge Glass. The gift shop features many of the Cambridge Glass Company colors as well as etchings and engravings. Pieces are added to the shop frequently.  Also featured are Christmas Ornaments and Jewelry made from recycled Cambridge Glass.

If you are looking for something special, but can’t visit the museum, please call 740-432-4245. Shipping is available.


“Supported by a grant from the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau”