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All reviews market street antique shops several blocks corning museum of glass great area to walk historic downtown spend an afternoon hand foot van heusen rockwell museum pedestrian bridge both sides main st clock tower walk around visiting corning few hours
This is the name given to the shops and storefronts on Market Street. There are some interesting restaurants (pretty much the only places to eat in Corning) but the shopping is terrible. Do if you have time (the free shuttle takes you right there) but...More
You can take the shuttle from the Corning Glass Museum or the visitors center and stop here. No need to worry about parking. On a nice day it's a great walk. Lots of resturants and gift shops. There are also other glass studios along the...More
Visiting this shopping area is more like going Back to the Future than to a mall.
There are many good old fashioned shops, some more upscale designer stores and several outlet locations.
If you visit the Corning Museum of Glass, it is a stop on...More
Interesting historic neighborhood with shops and restaurants. Interesting architecture and nice ambiance.
We relaxed for a while on a couch at the Chamber of Commerce office which is open to the public and has public restrooms.
Corning was once the epitome of a company town and Main St was filled with workman's bars and shops where craftsmen cut the glass from blanks made by the Corning factory. Now it is all trendy shops, antique shops and fine restaurants. Worth the mile...More
Here on September weekend, weather was pleasant and the area has many choices for dining and shopping. The benches along the street face the shops instead of the street, which was a little unusual for those who like to people watch and the overall activity....More
A lovely place to visit and so clean. Its almost like a movie set.
Found a lovely little cafe and had Pumpkin Pie (a must in the US) and fresh coffee, just what we needed after the long walk around the museum of...More