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This is a tremendous museum displaying the glass produced in Eda Glasbruk between 1825 and 1953. If you have an interest in beautiful Swedish glass, this is a place to stop and visit. And the volunteer in the museum was so very knowledgable and helpful...More
A fantastic glass factory and museum that is a must for those interested in Swedish glass. You get a historia lite view, you get to see the glass and art that has been created there earlier and of course see glass artists create there items....More
Whereas it may sound as a better alternative to a tramp museum opposit to it, glass factory is actually just a display of glass items - the blowing and production is minimal and just for show. It is not really essential to see this place...More
Today we visited the glass factory.
After paying SK 120.oo we visited the factory.
I think, it's not a place you have to see.
I've seen lots of glass factories all over the world, this one, in my opinion, is really not worthwhile to visit.
If you want to see what the glass industry was like in Sweden in years passed, this is the place. Not much has changed in this quiet little village. The factory is no longer in operation although the glass is famous but there is a...More
There are so many glass works that are owned by Kosta Boda that it is difficult to tell them apart. This one is not in the huge complex in Kosta. It is a smaller place in Boda. There is an admission charge but we spent...More
In the middle of the hugh Smaland forrest there is a Glass Paradise. Kosta Boda! If you choose to go there you can stay and eat or sleep at the hotel. Relax in the spa and swim indoors or swim in an outdoor pool.Or try...More