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I have driven by forever and never bothered to stop because frankly who cares?!
Finally the other day we walked by and stopped in. What great fun, passionate staff and an amazing museum . So very interesting that I will return soon. Free but with...More
I found this museum trying to find something new for myself and my 4 year old. This is a very small facility but is packed with so many different types of bottles. The docents are younger, but full of enthusiasm and knowledge. I like the...More
Stopped here based on a book of best off the beaten path places to go. it was a nice surprise. the museum is free and you can either walk around yourself or one of the guides would walk you though it. I took the guided...More
This is a great museum to stop in and see if you are in the Saratoga region. They have a superb collection of old bottles as well as an explanation about bottle molds and glass-blowing. One of the employees named Gary was awesome in explaining...More
Mr. Moeller was very nice and told lots of WONDERFUL stories, Pirates of the Caribbean will never be the same. The gallery was beautiful and the uranium bottles were lit (pun intended). I have never seen somebody so enthused about bottles my entire life and...More
Looking for an activity for 8 1/2 yr. old boys, we went. What a treasure! Take the tour, great information and lovely bottles to view. Who knew there was such a variety in bottles/containers? Learn what the rare colors are. Learn the variety of ways...More
The passionate Bottle Museum representative will blow you away with his enthusiasm and interest in bottles. You will receive a bottle-gift upon entering, and will learn as much as you wish about the process changes that have evolved over time. It is amazing to discover...More
I have visited the bottle museum over a dozen times but I always discover new bottles or stoneware and learn something interesting each time I go. The people are very knowledgeable and helpful in answering any bottle or Stonewall related questions. It is very enjoyable...More
A lovely, colorful variety of bottles. Easy access on Main Street of a sweet, small town atmosphere with other cute shops around. Friendly people to give extra information. Upstairs is housed a gallery of paintings by local artists. Worth the stop!!!!
Originally we came for the art exhibit upstairs and while we were there we checked out the bottles - lots of cool history and nice displays of different kinds of bottles and other glass objects.
For a $5 donation you get to pick a mystery-wrapped...More