It is a newly built project within the area of Changjiang road. The building looks modern and stylish. It was also our first to visit a museum about glass.
The location is a bit remote I would say. The 'closest' metro station is Tonghe Xincun station, which takes 40 mins by walk! Most likely tourists would come over by taxi... The location is totally not close to the center, it took us like 30 mins by taxi... Besides, the neighborhood is full of industrial factories that no shopping mall nor sightseeing points to check out. That means except visiting the Glass Museum, there's indeed nothing going on nearby. So it is purely coming over to visit the museum (if you are so into glass).
Entrance fee is reasonable, it was like RMB 20. However, souvenirs and dining aren't cheap. They are quite costly.
The overall distribution and exhibition are quite impressive, stylish and inspiring. It definitely worths a visit.
There are several performances about hot glass and flame-working, as well as the DIY workshop. So if you are interested in any of them and wanna join them, better go on its website to check the time slot before planning your visit.
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