Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common and dismal primary brain tumor. Unfortunately, despite multidisciplinary treatment, most patients will perish approximately 15 months after diagnosis. For this reason, there is an urgent need to improve our understanding of GBM tumor biology and develop novel therapies that can achieve better clinical outcomes. In this setting, three-dimensional tumor models have risen as more appropriate preclinical tools when compared to traditional cell cultures, given that two-dimensional (2D) cultures have failed to accurately recapitulate tumor biology and translate preclinical findings into patient benefits. Three-dimensional cultures using neurospheres, organoids, and organotypic better resemble original tumor genetic and epigenetic profiles, maintaining tumor microenvironment characteristics and mimicking cell–cell and cell–matrix interactions. This chapter summarizes our methods to generate well-characterized glioblastoma neurospheres, organoids, and organotypics.