- Tue: 10am-5pm
- Wed: 10am-5pm
- Thu: 10am-5pm
- Fri: 10am-5pm
- Sat: 9am-5pm
Located in Conway, South Carolina, Conway Glass is owned and operated by glass artists Ed and Barbara Streeter. Visitors can learn first-hand about glass blowing, design, and manufacturing, as well as explore their shop that offers a selection of hand blown glass creations including ornaments, vases, flowers, and more. For those curious to learn about the process, Conway Glass hosts demonstrations, classes, and workshops various times throughout the year. For more information or schedule of events, visit their website.
Parking at Conway Glass
Parking spots are available on Laurel Street, directly in front of their building. In addition, a free parking lot is situated across the street from their storefront.
Best and worst and time to go to Conway Glass
The best time to visit Conway Glass is mid-morning Tuesday through Saturday, just after they open around 10 a.m. The worst time to go is on Sundays and Mondays, as they are closed on these days.
Admission to Conway Glass
Admission is free to Conway Glass; however, they do host a selection of workshops and classes from October through May that cost a fee. For availability and cost, check their website prior to visiting.
Must see/do at Conway Glass
If you're curious how intricate pieces of glass are made, stop in and watch a glass blowing demonstration. From October through May, the creative duo behind Conway Glass host demonstrations and workshops that highlight various aspects of the glass making process.
Other places to visit near Conway Glass
Some great eateries are located just a few blocks away. If you're a craft beer fan, stop in the Crafty Rooster for a thirst quencher, or take a stroll on the picturesque Conway Riverwalk, a rustic boardwalk that borders the Waccamaw River, located just a few miles away.
Insider tip for visitors to Conway Glass
Leave time to explore and shop their selection of hand blown glass pieces. They also often feature visiting glass making artists throughout the year, who host workshops and create distinct one of kind pieces in conjunction with Conway Glass.
Author's bio: Rebecca S. Robertson has called Myrtle Beach home for the past seven years. She has written for a variety of local and national publications.