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Home to thousands of vintage glass pieces mostly from the Depression Era in the United States, the Vintage Glasses Museum in Bacolod City is a unique and eccentric shrine to anything glass collected in a span of 30 years when the owner, Tomas Claridad Casiano...More
So far, our travel was not in vain. Even if we went there without an appointment,the host and collector himself,Sir Tomiko Casiano accommodated us even though it's past lunch hour.
He gave us the history,the relevance of the inspiring beauty of each piece of his...More
Laguerta (Glass Museum) is the first of its kind in Negros Occidental. The museum has an array of over 3000 unique glass pieces in different hues and intricate designs.
The owner/collector/curator is Mr. Tomas Casiano (Tomiko). He was a very accommodating host. Visits to the...More
I'm not a museum lover but, if there's something interesting about a place when I travel, I usually opt to look/go to it rather than going to the usual attractions. This place is about 15-20 mins by car from the city. Based on reviews I...More
The place is nice and you need to set an appointment with the owner. There are set of collections, different kinds and colors of glass and it'll amaze you. A must visit place. Plus the structure of the museum is unique. And if you're planning...More
We didn't know what to expect in visiting the Vintage Glass Museum in Bacolod. I think it's good that we didn't expect anything unusual. The simplicity of the garden and the surrounding was contradicting to how grand the glass collection inside is. The owner was...More
Was in town and decided to take a look at the place...
First it was located farther south of Sum-ag, and you'll have to navigate thru traffic, bicycle-pedicabs, pedestrians and most of all, children in the streets. This is located at the side of the...More
The museum is far from the City Proper. Since we love to see the unique places the City has to offer we decide to travel down south of Bacolod just to have a glimpse of the Museum. To our dismay, it was close and it...More
I visited last year. Interesting but I sorta expected more. Still, it was a unique stop. There weren't any signs, but locals were helpful. (See directions I wrote below)
It had an interesting collection of glasses from different eras and of various colors. My favorites...More