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 is not allowed but the free entry and tour make up for this inconvenience. When you enter, take some time to let your eyes adjust to the low light levels. The museum has a good glass collection but it also contains items once used at the factory. Excellent way to learn about glass and the history of glass in this region.
Make sure to ask for a guided tour. Also there are workshops and other galleries on an adjacent building, illustrating current art and products.
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