The collection is great, being guided by one of the owners makes the visit really special – see beautiful pieces of glass, but also hear the stories behind (development of glass manufacturing techniques, factories, history snapshots). And there is much more than glass: the house is wonderfully decorated, paintings and furniture have also their stories, a room is dedicated to a collection of books in special editions. One of the few museums I would go back to.
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