Lexington Glassworks, Asheville

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Art Gallery Museum
Visit the studio and gallery and see the process of glassblowing for yourself at Lexington Glassworks. As you explore the studio, you'll witness the artisans at work, with observation benches just beside each work space. Order a beer at the bar and listen to the glassblower giving a detailed explanation as to how they make glass products. The gallery sells high-quality custom lighting and handmade glass, as well as glass souvenirs. Specify any design ideas you might have to the staff; they'll try their best to create your product and deliver it to you. Plan to see Lexington Glassworks and other attractions that appeal to you using our Asheville family vacation planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • My son does stain glass projects so we came to see how it's done at the glassworks. The finished pieces were excellent and the people in the shop were very helpful.  more »
  • Learned so much about glass blowing and absolutely fell in love with all the items in the store! If I ever won the lottery I'm going back to buy it all... and probably have more made  more »
  • Interesting stop to see glass blowing up close. They also sell a number of very pretty pieces, that are already finished. Unique gifts. They have beer available - but no food.  more »
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  • One of my favorite places for glass! Most days they are making their pieces while you're there which is fun to see. They make the most beautiful light fixtures, bowls and vases.
  • Good beer selection for a glass blowing company. Live demonstrations are very informative and staff is friendly. The pieces of art are simply incredible. Must stop destination while in Asheville!
  • Awesome open air style studio. Just happened by and two artisans were working on a piece. They talked through the process and were happy to answer questions. Beautiful and unique pieces and you can even get beer if you're so inclined. Awesome happenstance.
  • Very nice studio . We went to listen to music from a local group, see glass blowing live and hear the artist talk about glass blowing. Very cool experience. Prices are expensive but it's local hand made products.
  • Grab a beer and watch a small ball of hot liquid turn into a big beautiful vase. Very entertaining and the makers are very skilled