Foodies friends have no doubt dabbled in culinary experiences at home and away, so it would be no surprise if at some point they came across Pyrex and its many products designed to help us get a delicious job done. Developed by Corning Glass Works, the history of this housewares brand dates back to 1915. To commemorate the occasion of more than a 100 years of service, the Corning Museum of Glass is exhibiting “America’s Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex” through March 2016, which features advertisements, ephemera, and glassware from the combined collections of the Library and Museum to trace the tantalizing evolution of this modern American tradition. During your visit, you can also see the museum’s new, state-of-the-art exhibition wing that showcases some fantastic contemporary art glass, along with all of the other exciting collections and demonstrations.
a ticket to the Corning Museum of Glass to learn all about the history of Pyrex; a fun and informative 30-minute Pie Crust Making Class with Inn Chef Debbie, during which she will demonstrate several techniques to consider when making your own pie crust; two of your very own special 100th Anniversary Pyrex pieces to help get you started on making the perfect pie; and an exclusive Black Sheep Guild Card, which offers special perks with the inn’s many Guild Partners.
Package pricing is $65.00 per person and includes all items in bold above, but it is separate from any accommodations, all taxes, and gratuities. If you find that there’s just too much to see and do, consider extending your stay beyond two nights and you will receive a $25.00 per night discount on any additional nights.