Corning Glass Works, previously known as the Brooklyn Flint Glass Company, moved to Corning, N.Y., in 1868. Corning Glass Works, now known as Corning Inc., continues to produce industrial and scientific glass.
Is Corning still in business?
Over 147 years later, Corning continues to maintain its world headquarters at Corning, N.Y. The firm also established one of the first industrial research labs there in 1908.
Does Corning make Steuben Glass?
In 1918, Steuben Glass became part of Corning Glass Works, now known as Corning Inc. The fine lead crystal pieces were famous for their intricate design work and became a favorite gift for foreign dignitaries. Steuben Glass is also back in the business of creating special commission pieces.
How much does it cost to get into the Corning Museum of Glass?
Plan Your VisitCorning Museum of GlassADULTS$20DISCOUNTED ADMISSION college students, age 62+, AAA, and military$17LOCAL RESIDENTS$10MEMBERSFREE1 more row