Lexington Glassworks, Asheville

(4.8/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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
  • Came here with teens when strolling around Asheville during the holidays. Really cool space with glass production viewing area with seating and a bar. Engaging bartender and artists. Beautiful works w...  more »
  • Came upon this on trip advisor and had to see for myself. Worth stopping by for a beer and watching the glassblowing in person. 
  • We decided to check this place out after seeing it was one of the top things to do in Asheville. It was so neat to see them glass blowing and making the masterpieces by hand. What beautiful works of a...  more »
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  • Really awesome spot to chill out at for a while. You just walk in, get greeted by the beautiful attendants and watch the glass makers do their magic.They explain what they're doing and involve the audience, so it's pretty cool. Oh and you can even have a drink while you're there! Showroom is really nice too, pieces are out for display and for sale. VHD
  • Awesome stop on our trip through Asheville. Whole family enjoyed watching Geoff and Billy create a beautiful one of a kind piece. They explained each step as they did it. Very friendly and beautiful showroom.
  • Interesting place. They have a bar and you can sit and watch them make handmade glass objects. Very interesting pieces of glass.
  • Such cool stuff. Unfortunately we were there during their lunch so we didn't get to see them working with the glass. Will definitely be stopping back in to watch.
  • Was thrilled to find Lexington Glassworks on my last trip to Ashville. Such a neat gallery to have a beer and witness skilled glassblowers making beautiful pieces of art.