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Jamestown Glasshouse, Williamsburg

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  • This place is one of my favorite places when we visited Williamsburg. The children and adults are mesmerized by the process of glass heating, twisting, blowing, etc. There's beautiful glassworks you c...  more »
  • It's a cute little stop in this historic part of Virginia. The surrounding area is very beautiful and full of amazing view of the ocean.  more »
  • Kids loved it--second visit, and we still spent nearly an hour watching the process. Keeping the attention of elementary-school-aged people is no small task. Glassblowers and Natl. Park historian were...  more »
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  • Amazing artisans at work. The scenery is amazing. I saw them cheat (they used a blow torch at one point) but it's still amazing to see them work. The natural green glass is beautiful, and they'll ship any of the pieces you buy to the continental US.
  • Very cool to see and the glass blowers did a great job answering questions. We returned another day in the hopes that they were making something different but they were making Pulpit Vases both times we came. Still fun and the bubble one of the glass blowers made really impressed the kids.
  • I love watching people do stuff like the olden days. Very educational. Great park nearby. Must see for all families and even individuals.
  • amazing to watch the artisans blow the hot glass. the room is understandable hot, there is a small walkway that allows you to see different artisans working. small gift shop
  • To step back in time and see glass being transformed into beautiful art pieces was mesmerizing! It was enjoyable for the entire family to come, watch, ask questions, learn more of this art form, and see how much time it takes to make even one item. They have a shop where you can buy many of their items. If you buy a piece it is guaranteed to make a lovely talking point in your home.