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What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

Group Size Pricing

10–20 students$30
21–35 students$60
36–50 students$90
51–60 students$120

Title I Schools receive free admission. Teachers please let the Tour Coordinator know that your group is from a Title I school when booking your tour. Adult chaperones receive free admission for all school tours. School tours may have no fewer than 10 students and no more than 60 students. The museum requires one adult chaperone for every 10 students.

Student Hours

Wednesday – Friday 10 AM – 5 PM
Saturday 11:30 AM – 5PM
Sunday 1:30 PM – 4 PM

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

Group Size Pricing

10–20 students$30
21–35 students$60
36–50 students$90
51–60 students$120

Title I Schools receive free admission. Teachers please let the Tour Coordinator know that your group is from a Title I school when booking your tour. Adult chaperones receive free admission for all school tours. School tours may have no fewer than 10 students and no more than 60 students. The museum requires one adult chaperone for every 10 students.

What’s Covered

This tour begins with the American Glass Industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Functional glass objects from the Mint’s Decorative Arts Collection are featured. It includes a look at the Studio Glass Movement and the legacy of Harvey K. Littleton, as well as innovations in contemporary art glass and the artists taking the medium to new heights.

Dale Chihuly glass chandelier

Group Size Pricing

10–20 students$30
21–35 students$60
36–50 students$90
51–60 students$120

Title I Schools receive free admission. Teachers please let the Tour Coordinator know that your group is from a Title I school when booking your tour. Adult chaperones receive free admission for all school tours. School tours may have no fewer than 10 students and no more than 60 students. The museum requires one adult chaperone for every 10 students.

Student Hours

Guided Visits:
Wednesday – Friday 10 AM – 5 PM
Saturday 11:30 AM – 5PM
Sunday 1:30 PM – 4 PM