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Vetreria Murano Arte - VMA

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We took the public water bus over to Murano. Always a fun ride. We arrived in Murano and were... read more

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We had a great experience, getting to see the glass being made and then viewing finished pieces... read more

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Vetreria Murano Arte (VMA), recognizable by its characteristic red outline visible from Venice, spreads over an area of 3500 square meters in Calle San Cipriano 48/1, Murano (waterbus stop Murano-Colonna). At our premises you can visit for free...More
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 16:00
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  • Average7%
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Calle San Cipriano 48/1 | Murano, 30141 Venice, Italy
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Reviewed today

We took the public water bus over to Murano. Always a fun ride. We arrived in Murano and were directed to Vetreria Murano Arte - VMA. They had an area with stands so no one blocked your view and watch the glass being made. The...More

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Reviewed today

We had a great experience, getting to see the glass being made and then viewing finished pieces. Ended up buying 3 pieces at a great price. Also loved the Prosecco and taxi ride to Burano.

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We very much enjoyed the glass blowing demonstration. Afterwards, we were invited to see of the exquisite pieces made by the artisans of Vetreria Murano, and fell in love with one of the pieces which we eventually purchased and had shipped home hassle-free! Very satisfied...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Venetian Glass is one of the oldest crafts situated in Venice, and this 'industry' is now centered on Murano, an outlying island. Visits include demonstrations of glass forming using formulas and techniques developed over centuries of practice and success. We browsed the gift shop associated...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

They offered a fantastic live demonstration of a master glass blower free of charge. Of course we were then invited to the showroom to purchase a piece to take home. But not pressured in any way. We loved the beautiful glasswork so much that we...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beaware, it's crowded. But you can have a unique experience on watching the "mestre vetriere" working. I remember the first time I went there and saw they working and preparing lamps, sculptures, vases. I was stunned! It was around 18 years ago and I still...More

Thank DeniseCatao
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our first visit to Murano. After touring the various galleries, we ended up at Vetreria Murano.The showroom offers large selection of unique Murano art and beautiful chandeliers. We worked with Giorgio to design a customized large chandelier. We also ended up purchasing two...More

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Thank Ashley205
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

went to see the glass blowers demonstrate the art of glass making.toured their gallery and met avery nice salesperson STEPHANO. he let us walk around with no sales pressure. very informative person. you go there ask for STEPHANO.

Thank Eugene G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My Sisters and I visited Venice and the Island Of Murano in late Aug. the weather was beautiful. The trip to Murano was a great ride on the public water taxi. We enjoyed the glass blowing show and a tour of the showroom. I purchased...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had a fantastic visit where we met the master who created our wonderful angels they are exquisite works of art and we thank you all

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Response from pherbert1 | Reviewed this property |
hello, we got the Water Bus to Murano and got off at Murano Colonna (first stop) as you get off turn left and walk about 10 minutes, the Factory is just over a bridge, There is queuing point for the next demonstration tour... More
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