Historical Glass Museum

Historical Glass Museum

Historical Glass Museum

Many collectors do not realize that the Museum is located in the Jerome Seymour House, a historic building in its own right. Redlands native, Karen Choate Sorenson, is a long-time friend of the Seymour Family who built the Seymour House in 1906. Karen will be giving a narrated tour of the house at 2 p.m. on March 28th. Pictures of the house when the Seymours lived there will be featured. We have wondered for many years what each of the rooms were used for and what the Seymour family was like.

To celebrate this presentation, the Historical Glass Museum will feature an open house on March 28th from noon – 4 p.m, with refreshments and free admission. This is the first activity of our celebration of 30 years in Redlands! Wonderful glass will be for sale in the Gift Shop. Please join us for the celebration.


1157 Orange St, Redlands, CA 92374


(909) 798-0868


Open Weekends
12:00 noon – 4:00 p.m.
For Groups/Tours Call:





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  1. Loved your piece about the glass museum in Redlands. My niece who lives in Idaho has been a collector of Fenton glass for some time. I sent her this link and she was so excited with the video and the link. Next time she visits me in the IE we will visit the museum for sure. Just by coincidence – my niece and I share the same birthdate Feb. 20th – that happened to be the date of the museum’s scheduled Fenton glass exhibit.
    Thanks for sharing this gem.

  2. We’re so glad we found your Museum website, and this video! The house and collection look absolutely wonderful. My wife Janice and I would love to visit sometime. Meanwhile we’ll continue to enjoy our far more modest glass collection, mostly Fostoria.

    Best wishes for your continued success!

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