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From the warm greeting till the end of the visit we were very pleased with the museum. It has been about 10 years since we had been here. Currently there is an exhibit of 17th-18th century glass belonging to the Joos family and is on...More
Even if you are not interested in glass but do have some interest in history, this museum is worth a few hours. It is beautifully organized and puts glass making in the context of the economy and society in general. And there is a surprising...More
The glass sculpture garden is a pleasant stroll linking the museum with one or two of the glass-makers in the village (Poschinger and Eisch). The museum itself has a huge variety of glass, explains the history of glass making in the region as well as...More
The outside area round the museum is in fact a lovely park with a lake and many interesting glass exhibits which sparkle in the daylight and are well reflected in the lake water. There is also an adventure climbing park both for adults and children...More
The Museum is nice and a great small town. We visited on Sunday and it was about the only think in the town open. Very little of interest open. The Museum is rather small but doe a nice job with that they have. Would like...More