Moser Glass Museum, Karlovy Vary

(4.1/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Take a look at the 150-year-old history of glassworks manufacture at Moser Glass Museum. The newly designed, modern exhibit features the oldest examples of glasswork all the way to contemporary collections. As you watch glassmakers at work, you can smell the aroma of burnt-out wooden molds. Pick up an audio guide to explore at your own pace. The factory store offers an array of the Moser colors, such as amethyst, rose, blue, aurora, and green. Ask them to ship anything you buy so you don't risk breakage during your travels. By using our Karlovy Vary tourist route planner, you can arrange your visit to Moser Glass Museum and other attractions in Karlovy Vary.
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  • Glassware lover, I was not disappointed. 1/4 hour of the center of Karlory Vary by the Bus line 1 (25 CZK = €1 ticket), I stayed there several hours. Home perfect; glassware of exception; earphone in French version. Prices are stratospheric... but it's royal. And finally, 4 great whiskey glasses are less expensive than the new iPhone! ^^
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  • Winter morning, the minimum people, interesting place. We bought a tour of the Museum and excursion in the glassworks. The glassworks interested us most. Be present directly in the production of glass ... amazing hot, hot glass ... I admire those people what they are doing. You have to experience to at least began to understand why the handmade glass so expensive. I recommend!!!! The Museum of glass doesn't seem like much of a great experience, but we're also intrigued, we found there. And finally, the great coffee, really excellent.
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  • Worth the time and visit this place. Impressive refinement products rather than what was in our sideboards. Especially liked the sets of Stalin and Sophia Loren.
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