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Museo del Vidrio

Esq Con Zaragoza Calle Magallanes 517 | Colonia Treviño, Monterrey 64570, Mexico
+52 81 8863 1000
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Interactive exhibits for families and great aviary!

Challenging to find the entrance. We were dropped at the service entrance/exit and there was no... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2017
S4B1B4
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Evanston, Illinois, United States
Glass Museum within a Glass Factory

The museum is within the factory, ask the security guard at entry for exact location. The museum is... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2015
Arturo M
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This museum outlines the history of glass and the glass industry, featuring some beautiful examples of 20th-century glass art.
  • Excellent51%
  • Very good43%
  • Average3%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible0%
9 Jul 2017
“Interactive exhibits for families and great aviary!”
30 Nov 2015
“Glass Museum within a Glass Factory”
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Esq Con Zaragoza Calle Magallanes 517 | Colonia Treviño, Monterrey 64570, Mexico
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

Challenging to find the entrance. We were dropped at the service entrance/exit and there was no indication of how to get to the museum entrance. Eventually we found the side street it is on and walked down about 4 blocks. Then there is a prominent...More

Thank S4B1B4
Reviewed 30 November 2015

The museum is within the factory, ask the security guard at entry for exact location. The museum is housed in a historic building. Very distinctive architecture for the region. The museum is three stories and has the glass pieces arranged in somewhat chronological order. Photography...More

Thank Arturo M
Reviewed 15 March 2013

The history behind the making of glass bottles and other types of custom glass unfolds throughout this museum. It really is one of a kind.

Thank AuntBec
Reviewed 18 January 2013

This is a very small museum with a nice glass collection but limited, good enough for Monterrey. However the museum is the core of a still running glass factory, one of the biggest in the world. so... if you have time to visit it, it´s...More

1  Thank Luis R
Reviewed 20 July 2012

Like contemporary art? Looking to find out more about what the up and coming artist are from Mexico? This is a great gallery to visit. Loved the creativity and variety of glass art.

Thank R B
Reviewed 14 June 2012

If you are traveling with young, ages 7-70 you can take a course making a portrait frame or a candle holder, depends on the age. It is a LOT of fun, and a great idea for a family to get together and make something that...More

Thank irishmomah
Reviewed 19 January 2012

It is very well hidden inside the manufacturing plant of Vitro. Even when you are in there you can get turned around since this is a working plant. the museum is 3 floors. The best art is in the 3rd floor which is kind of...More

Thank MargGlz
Reviewed 27 January 2008

I was curious since it was so highly rated in Monterrey by others. It was a little out of the way; I had to take a taxi to get there. The museum is way in the back of a working industrial glass plant. You walk...More

3  Thank austindude
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