The Historical Glass Museum
The Historical Glass Museum Foundation was created in 1976 by Dixie Huckabee, and a group of interested glass collectors. It took the Foundation nine years of hard work and fundraising to open the Historical Glass Museum to the public in 1985.
The Founders would be pleased to know that now that more than twenty-five years have passed, the museum’s collection has grown to be the largest collection of American made glassware west of the Mississippi River on public view.
We invite you to peruse our site to see some of the exhibits that currently fill the Museum, and read about the latest events, updates to the collection and general happenings. The Foundation and Museum are run by volunteers, and we are always looking for anyone who wishes to help. Donations are gratefully accepted, in the form of cash, glass or other relevant glass-related items.
Check out our What's New page periodically, for news about the Museum.