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This is an amazing museum for the person who likes historical glassware dating back to the 1600's. The colors of glass and their shapes are historical treasures. The specialized glass person could easily spend a day (or maybe two) here.
Be warned, if you don't...More
My husband is very interested in glassmaking and glass objects, and he spent three days going through this museum while we stayed at the adjacent hotel. The collection is, perhaps, overstuffed and undercurated, but better too much than too little, right? And it must be...More
Right opposite the Townhall, this museum is one of the largest glass museums worldwide (maybe even the largest). Unfortunately the presentation is made without any "love". The rooms are dark (there are lights in the rooms, but they are not switched on). The air in...More
We had some time left in Passau so decided to visit the glass museum. At an entry fee of 7 euros, definitely not worth it to us. 4 floors of various pieces of glassware from 1800's and early 1900's, but nothing spectacular. We were done...More
We are in Passau today on our river boat cruise. Glad I had the opportunity to go into this interesting museum. What a beautiful collection of all kinds of glass you can imagine. This is an immense collection of any and all kinds of glass....More
this is a unique museum and I don't think there could be a second one like this anywhere in the world.
The building alone is a visit worth. A historical building with many turns and corners and steps, amazing doors and jars.
The collections are...More