Wellington, Kansas: NDGA National Glass Museum

American-made glassware from the Victorian to Midcentury Modern, in an old downtown storefront.

Address:
107 N. Washington Ave., Wellington, KS
Directions:
Downtown, in an old storefront, on the east side of BUS US-81/N. Washington Ave., a half-block south of E. 7th St.
Hours:
Th-F 11-4, Sa 10-2 or by appt. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
620-326-6400
Admission:
Donations welcome
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NDGA National Glass Museum

Wonderful stop just three miles off I-35. American-made glassware from the Victorian to Midcentury Modern. Be sure to look for the glass iron, one of many things you will find in this museum.

[Pam Meyer, 06/26/2021]

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