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A wonderful private collection spanning two floors in the house of the owner. Guided tour only. Our guide Oscar spoke perfect colloquial english, was extremely knowledgeable and interesting and is a very talented pianist! He answered all our questions with a smile. The house is...More
In late December my wife and I, along with a Belgian couple were fortunate enough to have tour guide Oscar spend well over an hour showing us the treasures housed in this lovely 18th century building. Although the focus of the tour is about glass,...More
This museum can only be visited by guided tour and we had Oscar - he had an amazing knowledge of glassware, the house and everything in it. We didn't have to wait long after we arrived for the tour. Lots of the glassware and ceramics...More
Arrived inn Malaga from Granada this day so must have come a late afternoon. We were whisked up to the top floor to join volunteer, Ian and a french couple to hear the "scoop and SEE IT.
Worth our time and euros!!
DON'T MISS this...More
A wonderful afternoon with a great guide full of information about, glass, cristal, the beautiful house and the contents, pictures, furniture and how this delight came to be gathered together twenty years ago. Thank you Gentlemen, superb.
This was very special, as we were visiting a private house and were taken around by one of the owners who was also a glass collector. We learned a lot about glass, furniture, family history, it was unlike the usual museum visits and is highly...More
We visited on a really wet afternoon in Malaga although we had intended to visit whatever the weather. It was a really interesting and enjoyable visit and we were shown around by the owner who has been collecting glass since he was 9. The owner...More
We had seen this advertised and decided to have a look. We were absolutely delighted by this small, impressive museum. The glass and furniture, set in a wonderful old Spanish house is an excellent and varied collection. The best part was the personal tour we...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
Lladro Belen at the Glass and Crystal Museum (6 Replies)
Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Malaga Calle Gaona, 20 (In front of the Church of San Felipe Neri) This museum now has the belen (nativity scene) made of 70 pieces of Lladro porcelain on display. It is located at the entrance hall to the museum and is free to see. If you want to enter the museum you will have to pay the entrance fee. The Lladro pieces are all collector's pieces because they are no longer made. This belen is unique in Spain. Hours are Tuesday to Sunda, 11 am to 7 pm.
December 03, 2012|
Is it far to walk from the Cathedral to the Museum? Thanks