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Covid-19 Info

The Glass House Responds to COVID-19
May 30, 2020

In response to recent developments related to the Coronavirus outbreak, and in order to safeguard the health and well-being of our visitors, staff and local community, the Glass House is temporarily closed. We are working on plans to re-open the site soon. Please sign up for our mailing list if you would like to be notified of our re-opening plans.

We will continue to monitor the latest developments from local and state health officials and will provide updates on social media and our website.

If you have tour reservations between April 16-June 30, we have contacted you via email to either reschedule or refund your tickets. Please reach out to contact@theglasshouse.org with any questions.

If you are unable to reschedule for a future visit, please consider donating your ticket purchase to the Glass House in lieu of obtaining a refund. We will be happy to assist you in converting your purchase to a charitable donation. We rely on the generosity of our community for support and purchasing a Glass House Tour Gift Certificate, becoming a member, or making a purchase from our Art Editions or our Design Store are particularly helpful in a time such as this. We are grateful for your support!

While you cannot visit the Glass House in person at this time, we do believe that the Glass House’s unique ability to inspire and draw enthusiasts from all over the world will transcend this situation and we are currently developing additional innovative and exciting ways to connect you with Philip Johnson’s masterpiece through our website. Follow us on social media via Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for daily updates. Over 100 videos we have created over the years are also available online.

We truly appreciate your support and look forward to reopening our doors.
The Glass House wishes you and yours continued wellness, safety, and good health.

Sincerely,
Gregory Sages, Executive Director, The Glass House

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