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In 1986, the trustees of the Sanctuary began a campaign to raise $150,000 to construct the museum on the Sanctuary grounds. On May 20, 1989, the Dorflinger Glass Museum opened to the public. The Dorflinger Glass Museum is recognized as having the largest display of Dorflinger glass in the nation. In 2006, the museum officially opened the Wayne County Glass Gallery. Wayne County had over 70 glass manufacturers and cutting and decorating shops, of which more than 30 are represented in the new gallery.
The museum must generate enough revenue each year to support its costs. Admissions and shop sales are the primary sources of funds for the museum. The museum could not operate on its own without the support of the Sanctuary. Funds are always needed for glass purchases, research, educational programming, and to care for the collections.
Dorflinger-Suydam Glass Museum is an art museum located in Honesdale, PA.