The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia.
Imagine a museum dedicated to the region and nation's rich glass heritage. A place where examples of thousands of products can be viewed and compared and where the stories of people and processes come to life! The MAGWV provides this and much, much more.
The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia was established in Weston, West Virginia, in 1993 as a non-profit organization with a goal to discover, publish and preserve whatever may relate to the glass industry in West Virginia, the United States of America or where ever else glass has been manufactured.
The Museum is located at
230 Main Ave.
Weston, West Virginia 26452
Some GPS units will take you the wrong way on Main Street so here are the
latitude & longitude coordinates for the museum to use in your GPS unit:
N 39 deg 02.326', W 80 deg 28.001'
open to the public 5 days a week:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
From Memorial Day to Labor Day
we are open 7 days a week
Hours: Noon to 4 PM
Admission is Free!
MAGWV Collections are Online
MAGWV Given Custody of American Flint Glass Workers Union Archives!
We now have a climate-controlled archival storage area on the second floor
MAGWV has an Ebay Store!
Purchase memberships to the Museum, monographs, books,
original catalogs, Back issues of All About Glass and more! Click Here
Back issues of the Early American Pattern Glass Society News Journal
are also available now.
The Museum has a Gift Shop.
Books and Monographs for sale as well as hundreds of pieces of glass offered by a selection of vendors. And we now accept credit cards!
"All About Glass!"
The Voice of the Glass Collecting Community
The magazine is one of the privileges of membership to the Museum.
To learn how YOU can receive it Click Here
Interested in glass research?
Click on Museum Store to order catalog reprints, monographs and original catalogs many containing never-before published glass company information.
Also pursue our Catalog Holdings and find out how to order copies!