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The owner of the museum is passionate about glass and crystal and that is what he transmits to his visitors. A real gentleman, a cultivated person and a very good communicator. We learned more about glass and history of glass, trends and its manufacturing.
We stopped in on a lark and were greeted by one of the 3 owners, Ian. We had a very detailed and interesting tour of many glass and crystal pieces. All owned and part of their personal collection. This museum is in a beautifully restored...More
This is a private house and it's nice to be able to step out of the heat and spend some time looking around, tours are guided with a friendly and knowledgable guide.
It's bit odd seeing Stourbridge glass in Malaga when we live in Malvern...More
Went Along having seen it listed in various places.
A private collection of around 1200 pieces housed in an 18th century house.
Our guide (Oscar) was charming and his almost faultless English made our visit more enjoyable than we imagined. It is a guided tour...More
My wife and I were not prepared for the depth and fascination we felt during the personalized tour we received when we visited this Museum, which is maybe why the name of the propietor and tour guide eluded us,and not for the lack of a...More
private house, private collection of glass and porcelain and lots of other old stuff. Guided tour by an enthusiastic and lovely young local. Interesting diversion, although I wouldn't really call it a "museum."
I admit that I was unsure this was worth a walk to see....but I was really impressed. I learned quite a bit about the history, value and beauty of glass. The house, itself a beauty, is filled with a wide variety of glass objects collected...More
Response from Museo del Vidri... y | Property representative |
I apologise for the lack of reply to your communication during the summer, which I have seen by accident for the first time today. I was also unaware that your son had tried to send the bowl which we discussed... More
I apologise for the lack of reply to your communication during the summer, which I have seen by accident for the first time today. I was also unaware that your son had tried to send the bowl which we discussed on your visit. In the Museum we do not use the system of communication via Trip Advisor and were quite ignorant of the possibility of sending messages and replies in this way. I think that whoever sent the first reply to you was probably correct - there was no-one in the Museum to receive the parcel. If your son is still in a position to resend it we would of course be happy to have it. The postal address you have, and we can be contacted vat the Museum office by phone 0034 952 22 0271.
Finally, apologies for the confusion. Yours sincerely. Ian Phillips