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The museum is out of the historical center so best if you get by car there - parking is available on site. The museum itself is just a part of the tour and actually as nice as the finished items are the best is to...More
Book the VIP tour. That way you get to see not only the glass blowing but also the engraving and finishing.
You'll gain a real respect for the craftmanship on this visit. The glass factory is unique and amazing. They allow you to go inside...More
Вы можете выбрать любой вариант посещения: фабрика; музей или магазин. Магазин, почти как музей, очень много красоты, но очень дорого. В музее представлены эпохальные изделия, там же можно посмотреть фильм о том как создают эти шедевры на фабрике. Экскурсия на фабрику хоть и не большая,...More
We visited there as a part of a guided tour to Karlovy Vary.
We did not visit the factory as expected - only the museum.
We have seen a short film that explains the manufacturing process, and seen exhibition of glass products.
Those do not...More
We could join a group for the factory tour. Unfortunatelly, the group was so big, it had to be split in two, we went first in the factory, then we received the explanations in front of some panels explaining how these crystal products are manufactured....More
Very interesting experience either in museum and factory. Very professional and enthusiastic guides. Beautiful glassware which is also extreeemely expensive. Do not expect to buy it in factory shop as standard tourist catch after the tour. Unless you have several hundreds or thousands of euro...More
The glass is certainly beautiful, and pricey as others have noted. If you haven't been to a glass making facility before you'll especially enjoy seeing the process. Easy to reach by city bus. The museum audio handsets aren't synced with the videos, so you have...More