The Tiffin Glass Museum honors the heritage established by the men and women of Tiffin’s “Glass House.”
Through preservation and education, the Museum safeguards glassware made by the artisans from the factory’s nearly hundred-year history.
Museum preservation work includes acquiring memorabilia and historical documents from the factory’s beginning in 1889 until its closing in 1984.
Donations of glassware, time, and memorabilia are welcome. We also greatly appreciate monetary donations.
Why not include a trip to the Museum in your travel plans? You will enjoy viewing the beautiful glassware that was produced by the skilled Tiffin Glassmasters, as well as products made at other United States Glass Company factories.
The Glass Museum is staffed by volunteers, with hours on Wednesday-Saturday from 12-4. Additional hours may be scheduled by appointment. Handicap accessible. Parking in rear.
To schedule a tour, contact the Museum at 419-448- 0200. Admission is free. Donations are appreciated for museum operations.