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Join the Corning Museum of Glass for
Saturday, November 15, 10am-4pm
So what is Bubblefest?
For those who have never experienced Bubblefest before, get ready to be bubbled-out! All four floors of the Museum will be filled with bubble activities. Immerse yourself in bubble crafts, bubble demonstrations, and bubbles so big you can stand in them!
Event entry is included with general museum admission and free for BMS Members. Members are still required to order tickets for entry.
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Due to the popularity of this event, we do not offer group admission pricing.
PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE AND SAVE TIME IN LINE!
Add a membership to your order and your general Bubblefest admission will be free for all individuals covered by your membership level.
All tickets include general admission entry from 10am to 4pm.
MUSEUM MEMBERS - If you haven't already done so, please read instructions on the ticketing page on how to register as a member to receive member discounts.
Several special Bubblemania performances by Doug Rougeux will take place throughout the day in our National Geographic 3D Cinema presented by M&T Bank.
There is limited availability per show. Show admission can be purchase with your online order, at the admissions desk when you arrive, or in the Cinema Lobby.
Corning Museum of Glass
The Corning Museum of Glass is joining the fun! CMOG's Flameworking Demos are live, narrated demonstrations of glassworking at a 5,000 degree Fahrenheit gas- and oxygen-powered torch. Expert flameworkers demonstrate the glassmaking technique of forming objects from rods and tubes of glass at a torch, and talk you through the process. You’ll see the flameworker shape the softened glass into any variety of shapes, from glass animals to beads to ornaments, sculptures, and vessels. The flameworking technique probably dates back to ancient times. It was certainly known in France and Venice in the 15th century, and it has been practiced ever since. Originally, the source of the flame was an oil or paraffin lamp. Today, flameworkers use torches fueled with gas.
- Food and drink will be available for purchase from Elements Cafe as well as vendors at the event. Eating area space is first come, first serve.
- Proper footwear is recommended. Floors may get a little "bubbly" in activity areas.
- Some activities may dampen clothes and shoes. Consider bringing an extra set of clothes for your child(ren).
- When parking around MLK, Jr. Park, do NOT park on the grass or you may be ticketed.