The Jamestown Glasshouse is located in Jamestown, Virginia, between Jamestown Island, the location of the first permanent English settlement in North America, and Jamestown Settlement. It is currently a part of the Colonial National Historical Park, and associated with Historic Jamestowne, and located near the Colonial Parkway.By using our Williamsburg trip app, you can arrange your visit to Jamestown Glasshouse and other attractions in Williamsburg.
Jamestown Glasshouse Reviews
The glasshouse is an interesting stop. Inside, you will see craftpersons making glass objects in traditional manner. They do not have set presentations, as such, but are available to answer... more »
This is slightly off the beaten path at Jamestown Settlement but well worth the stop. The glassblowers are making both standard period pieces and unique one of a kind items. It's fascinating to watch.... more »
A must stop when if you’re in the area and exploring historical sites. My wife and I had a great time watching glass being blown and sculpted into something great. An employee came to us and explained what was happening while the other blew the glass. When you’re done watching, make sure to stop by the store connected to it for some amazing pieces for sale. We got a cute smaller flower vase for around $10.
Always excited to visit the Glasshouse here at Jamestown. These people are very talented. We did have a problem with the lady in the gift shop area. She didn't want to give us the military discount because our National Park Access pass doesn't say military on it. Even though I have a military ID she said that my Access Pass had to say military on it. When we went down the road to the Jamestown Settlement, the fellow at the ticket counter informed me that the pass that says military on it is only an annual pass. It expires every year. My pass is lifetime. These do not state military on them due to non military people are eligible for these passes. He also said as long as I had military ID, I should have received a military discount. I hope this gets straightened out.
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