Jonathan Capps, glassblower
Getaway Packages

Glass Greatness: Bottoms Up Getaway Package


You came to the right city for this! Lancaster’s history as a Glass Town is over 100 years old. In fact, many glass producers existed across the entire state. Today, Anchor Hocking and Gay Fad Studios continue this legacy by producing glassware right here in Ohio! With this package, experience new and vintage glass from Ohio’s Glass Town.

June 22 – June 23, 2024
2 days and 1 night
From $675 – $719 per room, based on two people sharing a room
Price varies upon accommodation chosen

Your Package Includes:

  • 1 Night lodging
  • 2 Early Bird tickets for the Bottoms Up Vendor Show ,valid on both Saturday & Sunday
  • 2 Tickets to Blown Away at Ohio Glass Museum including appetizers, wine bar, a custom wine glass, a demonstration, and the opportunity to meet Netflix glass artist Jonathan Capps, access to the Ohio Glass Museum & Giftshop
  • 2 Tickets to the Glassware & Ice event with Ben The Bar Guy at Faux
  • 2 Gay Fad Exclusive Event Glasses
  • 2 Shipwreck Shirley’s Mai Tai Glasses
  • $50 in Food/Beverage Vouchers
  • 2 Mid-Mod Decorated Cupcakes
  • 2 Bottoms Up Welcome Bags
  • Taxes on all package features

Your getaway begins when you stop in at the Visit Fairfield County Visitor Center (128 N. Broad Street) in downtown Lancaster to pick up your welcome bag and schedule of events.

Reserve your package here.


Throughout your visit to Ohio’s Glass Town,  don’t miss several midcentury, tiki, and barware-inspired presentations happening at the Ohio Glass Museum and the Fairfield County District Library. You’ll also want to stop by O’Huids Gaelic Pub for a total Tiki Takeover featuring a special menu, drinks, and decor. Many locally-owned restaurants will be offering specialty cocktails, mocktails, and menus during the weekend. With so many things to see and experience, you may consider taking your drinks to-go in a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) cup. Then, you can carry alcoholic beverages around our downtown freely throughout the day. This is particularly great for when you explore our historic district, Square 13, or enjoy live music during Friday Night Bandstand– a free outdoor concert in our downtown. Last but not least, grab a souvenir (or several!) from a number of local stores. Our boutiques and shops carry midcentury modern wares for your shopping pleasure. With so much to do, be sure to visit the Visit Fairfield County Visitor Center at 128 N. Broad Street for pointers on the best places to go and information on activities happening during this special weekend.