museumshop1The National Heisey Glass Museum Shop offers some of the most unique shopping in the Newark area. Whether you need a special gift for the holidays, a wedding, a birthday or just because, come see what we have to offer. You will find real Heisey glassware, HCA reproduction items, plus a large assortment of glass reference books for sale. We also carry exclusive items developed specifically for the National Heisey Glass Museum such as our limited edition Christmas ornaments and our popular glass beads made from real Heisey glass. The inventory is constantly changing.

museumshop2The Museum Shop is open during regular Museum hours. The Museum Shop is conveniently located across from the Museum’s main entrance. Admission to the Museum is not required to shop at the Museum Shop. We accept checks, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.

Contact the Museum Shop directly at (740) 345-2932 to find out the availability of items and/or to make a purchase.

Members of the National Heisey Collectors of America, Inc. are entitled to a discount on all gift shop merchandise (discount does not apply to special project items).

Proceeds from Museum Shop sales support the National Heisey Glass Museum’s operations.


  • 5 star review  My children, aged 13 to 8, were absolutely fascinated as our guide Sheryl did an amazing job of captivating their attention, explaining the different patterns, colors, and styles that developed through each era. My children are all now Heisey glass fans and made me promise that we could come back!

    thumb Susanne Miller-Urban

    5 star review  Always pays to stop and see if any new items were added and this time found 4 new pieces that I hadn't seen before.

    thumb Mart Groesser
  • 5 star review  Hidden treasures that's coming to life!!!

    thumb Linda Greenwood

    5 star review  Anything and everything you want to know about Heisey. Very nice surroundings. Learned some info about former employee research program.

    thumb Gail Kuehn
  • 5 star review  Great place to learn about Heisey glass history. Very informative. Such great works of art.

    thumb Katie Frew