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What a delightful surprise the museo is!
We were greeted and guided around by Don Gonzalo himself.
What a charming, effusive and enthusiastic he is.
We had a full tour of this magnificent Roman building full of an array on glass, china and furniture all...More
The English tour was at 2pm and the guide was brilliant! Very enthusiastic and knowledgeable, he just wants everyone to share in his joy of his collection which is in his home. He shows you around his home and points out the interesting items and...More
We arrived at the museum around noon to be told that the English tour was at 2 pm (call and inquire time of tour since that is the only way you can visit). Upon our return Oscar, our tour guide, took 10 of us for...More
really enjoyed this museum and learning about glass production throught the ages. Some beautiful items and a very informatative and humourous tour guide. you have to go round as part of a group but are given pleanty of time to look at everything and ask...More
Best museum in Malaga.
€6 entry and got a free group guided tour by the owner (who is the star of the show..!)
Based in a private house the objects are spread over two floors and include glass works but also paintings and furniture.
This museum has a new and beautiful stained glass window created by Luis Boada Rolin from the town of Irun. It dates from around 1950. It shows the Holy Family on a small boat with a basket of fish in the north of Spain.
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