Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

The American flag, the Pride rainbow flag, and the CMoG flag flying over the front lawn of the Museum
Through June 30, 2021

Inspire and be inspired this Pride Month at The Corning Museum of Glass.

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

A mother and her two daughters wear masks while looking at a brown and white twisted glass sculpture

Free Admission June 12-13

Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass! Receive a CMoG postcard at one of Corning Pride's events and receive free admission for you and a guest on June 12 and 13. Advance tickets required. Select "Other" under discounts when reserving your tickets. Show your CMoG postcard at Admissions once you check in to redeem this offer.

A colorless glass ornament that is round at the top and pointed at the bottom, decorated with rainbow swirls of color

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass

In celebration of Pride Month, The Studio is releasing a special rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

A glass rainbow sitting on a cloud

Find the Rainbow

Find our rainbow during your visit to the Museum! Our gaffers have created a fun friend for you to find and hidden it among the objects in our galleries. Test your super sleuthing skills and see if you can spot it during your visit.

"In Sparkling Company" in pink neon on a wall decorated with a print of people congregating at Vauxhall Gardens

In Sparkling Company: Glass and the Costs of Social Life in Britain During the 1700s

Explore the Museum's newest exhibition, In Sparkling Company: Glass and the Costs of Social life in Britain During the 1700s

Become immersed in the glittering social life of the British elite and feel the tension between the exuberance of the fashionable world and the human price of such sparkling company. Through a lens of glass, see what it meant to be ‘modern’ in the 1700s, and what it cost.