The Corning Museum of Glass started an education class, that has blossomed into a very creative fall tradition. Each harvest season they open their studios for glass enthusiast to enter and learn about the beauty of Glass Making. The added little benefit – you can make a pumpkin to go home. Easily an heirloom piece to be passed down generation after generation.
There is always so much going on at this museum. It is really a wonderful little vacation to be had. Nestled in upstate NewYork, fall is scenic colorful and tasty! If going or planning a long weekend visit during the Pumpkin Fall Festival, you could pin the Vineyards on your must stop list. This is great wine country folks. Wine and Cheese. Two of my favorite things!
But wait, what about Mr. Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known as Mr. Mark Twain? This year marks the 100th Anniversary of his passing. There are tours, museums and more in the region to take in the wonder of his life and writings.
The County Board of Tourism has a page on FaceBook. Check it out I am sure there are some fun stories that would inspire you to start looking at planning a trip! Their Website is actually very informative and a great help to begin planning your trip.