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Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Malaga

Plaza Santisimo Cristo de La Sa 2 | Frente a la Iglesia San Felipe Neri, 29012 Malaga, Spain
+34 952 22 02 71
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Quite unique!

A wonderful,opportunity to share with an enthusiastic collector of glass . Your visit is guided by... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
JuaniJayne
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Sheffield
A bit confused.............

This was my first visit to the glass museum in Malaga and I was really looking forward to it (as an... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ajdmouse
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Stirling, United Kingdom
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  • Average2%
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Plaza Santisimo Cristo de La Sa 2 | Frente a la Iglesia San Felipe Neri, 29012 Malaga, Spain
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Reviewed 2 days ago

A wonderful,opportunity to share with an enthusiastic collector of glass . Your visit is guided by one of the owners and a resident of the house . Ian was a wonderful, enthusiastic, guide and host . The glass museum is a unique experience because each...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was my first visit to the glass museum in Malaga and I was really looking forward to it (as an amateur glass collector) However the museum is a bit confused about what it wants to be - there is much focus on the old...More

Thank ajdmouse
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Just spend a fabulous hour and more in the company of a truly delightful gentlemen - who just happens to be one of the three friends that bought, renovated and opened this delight of a "museum" - who has an obvious passion for sharing his...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

On paper, not the most interesting of subjects, but what a wonderful surprise. The museum is housed in a beautiful old villa in a quiet part of the city. A guide takes you round and fully explains all the displays. There is pottery, paintings and...More

Thank impala_10
Reviewed 1 week ago

An unusual and interesting museum well worth a visit. I've just spent nearly two hours in this quirky and delightful museum with a charming guide who although new was knowledgeable and informative. She spoke excellent English and it was an enjoyable experience. The museum has...More

Thank Brian S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a guided tour around an extensive personal collection of furniture and glassware. It helps to have a personal interest in crafts but regardless the guide (one of the inhabitants of the house) brings enough passion and knowledge if you are lacking. Of particular...More

Thank Joey J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting place with a personal tour from one of the three people who restored the building and created the museum from their own collections. Well worth visiting just to see the inside of the building which has been thoughtfully restored. The tour guide was very...More

Thank Jessica H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Displayed in a beautiful mansion, this collection (much more than just glass and crystal) is fabulous! Our guide for the English tour was Ian, who told fascinating stories and was incredibly knowledgeable. He made the visit interesting and entertaining. I learned so much! Very well...More

Thank Madeline A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I wasn't drawn to the place to see a glass collection - I had read about the house that holds the collection and thought it a must see for me. I wasn't disappointed. An 18th century mansion complete with full rooms of furniture/books as well...More

Thank Chris C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

An amazing collection of artifacts of exceptional quality and beauty. I most definitely wouldn't consider myself an appreciator of museums or arts but this special place may have to take the credit for leading me down a new path.

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BradfordBuzzard
Went there three years ago. Just to say I totally agree about the similarity to the John Soane Museum. Wonderful.
June 15, 2016|
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dalton1skiing
Hi, Do the tours start on the hour? (10:00, 11:00, 12:00, or another time?) I dont want to arrive & then wait a long time till the next tour starts, thanks.
January 11, 2016|
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LindaSuffolk_UK
Hola could you please tell me the nearest Metro/station to the Museo. Thank you
September 26, 2015|
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Response from fattystratty | Reviewed this property |
It's 10-15 minutes walk from Alameda Central train station to the museum.
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