I honestly did not know what to expect but knew it was the highest rated attraction on TripAdvisor so we went for it. We were only in Malaga for 2 days so on our first day we went to the 2 castles, the Picasso museum and this museum for our activities. I have to say that I'm not particularly interested in the subject matter (glass of all kinds, antiques, etc) though this was a very engaging and thorough tour. They have artifacts that they use to walk you through the history of glass over the last 2000-2500 years and learning about the technological developments and styles in various periods was pretty fascinating. We got there only a half hour before they closed and were told it would be a 50 minute tour. Since we were the only people there it was a personal tour and, even though we were technically there after their closing time, the guide gave us a very nice tour of the collection. I have to say, the story of how this place came together was about as interesting to me as the collection itself. Really a cultural and historical gem. After about 45-50 minutes, we were off to the Picasso museum which is nearby-ish.
Bottom line, if you're on limited time and not already interested by this subject matter, there's probably something else for you to enjoy in Malaga. Otherwise, well worth the 4 euros per person.
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