Walk Through More Than 20,000 Pieces Of Glassware At This Unique Museum In Indiana

Hidden away in one of the most low-key small towns in Indiana – a town of just 1,923 people by the name of Dunkirk – is a highly unusual and truly unique little (or maybe not-so-little) museum. Sure, there are several world-famous museums in Indiana (see: The Indianapolis Children’s Museum), but they tend to be pretty crowded sometimes, right? Well – why not check out one of Indiana’s most uniquely offbeat little museums that’s literally hidden inside a library? Enter the Dunkirk Public Library, which is home to the hidden gem known we’re looking at today – a museum of glass. Don’t think a museum filled with glass could be all that interesting? Well, that’s where you’re wrong, friend-o. Come explore this unique glass museum in Indiana and check out all the aesthetically pleasing shiny things you’ve been missing in your life and never knew; just make sure to leave your bull at home for this one. It’s not a china shop or anything, but… you know. Liability.

For more information (and a few more pictures), be sure to visit the official Glass Museum page on the library’s website.

So, what do you think? Any plans to visit the Glass Museum in Indiana? Do you have any favorite museums in Indiana? Tell us about your favorites in the comments!

Address: Dunkirk City Public Library, 127 W Washington St, Dunkirk, IN 47336, USA