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Dale Chihuly Persians, Columbus, Indiana
Yellow neon Chandelier and Persians, by Dale Chihuly

DALE CHIHULY INSTALLATIONS AND MORE on the Columbus Indiana Glass Trail stop

Columbus is proud to be a stop on The Indiana Glass Trail.

Dale Chihuly Chandelier - Columbus Indiana Visitors Center

There are three Chihuly installations in Columbus, including one that is unlike any Chihuly, anywhere, and they are all free to view in public spaces! Get all the details about Dale Chihuly in Columbus.

Dale Chihuly, Sun Garden Panels - Columbus, Indiana

Any Chihuly fan will want to make the short trip to the Columbus Learning Center, where a totally unique Chihuly work is also on public display. The piece features original Chihuly artwork backlit by the sun. Learn more about the Chihuly installations in Columbus.

Chihuly glass at Visitors Center gift shop

Imagine going home with your own piece of Chihuly glass! The gift shop at the Columbus Visitors Center Gift Shop is one of the few places in the region you can purchase Chihuly glass and prints, always ready to be boxed up and sent home with you!

lamp at Exit 76 Antique Mall

The largest antique mall in the region is crazy with glass items! Located right on Interstate 65, the Exit 76 Antique Mall is an ever-changing cornucopia of surprising and delightful items. It’s a huge store and destination all its own, and it’s right next to Edinburgh Premium Outlets. 

Zaharakos - Tiffany style lamp

Enjoy great atmosphere, yummy ice cream, and all that glass while you indulge at the legendary downtown Zaharakos ice Cream Parlor, renovated to its original early 1900s glory, you’ll find plenty of glass details that will catch your eye!

Columbus Visitors Center gift shop glass for sale

The Columbus Visitors Center gift shop offers always-changing surprises for anyone looking to purchase glass items. The shop carries glass work by Indiana artists, and the staff travels the country looking for new and unique items.

 

Indiana Glass Trail website

Columbus is a stop on THE INDIANA GLASS TRAIL
From the Official Indiana Travel Guide: If you’ve ever used a Ball jar, you’ve experienced a bit of Hoosier glass history that dates back to the late 19th century in Howard County. On this trail, meet artisans and visit galleries, museums, and historic sites that prove the art of glass-making in Indiana is hotter and more colorful than ever.

 

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downtown Columbus map detail

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