The National Museum of Cambridge Glass is 1 blk. s. of Wheeling Ave. at 136 S. Ninth St. The museum houses Cambridge glassware, manufactured 1902-58 by the Cambridge Glass Co., known worldwide for its innovative designs and colors. More than 6,000 pieces of glassware can be seen as well as an exhibit devoted to the history of glassmaking and the tools used. A dining display shows table settings on period dining tables.