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Glasmuseum Bärnbach

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Clio H wrote a review Nov 2014
Sydney, Australia923 contributions342 helpful votes
Huge place just out of town centre, easy walk though. Most of the glass ware downstairs in the shop is not local. There are samples of Glass blown by local Rudolf Wesinger opposite with information about him. Beautiful colours are seen in his works. Barnbach has many other attractions worth seeing such as the Mosesbrunnen in the Stadt Park. Konrad Bergman Hauptschule & the Church of St Barbara & grounds redesigned by Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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CasssandraCat wrote a review Oct 2014
Vienna, Austria531 contributions230 helpful votes
The small museum features an overview of the history of glass and a special exhibition every year. Monday to Thursday and also Saturday you have a chance to see glassblowers at work. They are very, very good and impressive. In addition, you have the chance to go into a former automatic glass furnace which lies idle. This is not really something one can do every day, because most of the time, glass companies tear the furnaces down when they are not needed. The museum is not owned by Stölzle-Oberglas, but only supported technically. A private family takes care of the museum, which I find an astonishing accomplishment. A stop in the museum store rounds off your visit. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: July 2014
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