Vetreria Murano Arte - VMA, Venice
(4/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
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  • It seems that only a few glass factories allow visiting of their furnaces where artisans are producing the genuine artifacts sold in Murano and Venice. A must see if you are in Murano. Entrance is fre...  more »
  • Visited the hotel via a complimentary water taxi arranged by the hotel so expected a 'hard sell' but was delighted to be wrong. Ruggero was informative, patient, interesting and unhurried and answered...  more »
  • Arriving from Venice by boat, very touristy, the demonstration of the master glassmaker was botched in 10 minutes for ship us quickly in the shop for very expensive souvenir shopping. Conclusion a long trip that's absolutely not worth it. If you are in France and you are interested in this type of establishment, go to Opio, it is much less known but much better, you'll see the glassmakers at work and will not be disappointed.
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  • Worth checking out. Take the water bus from Venice to Murano. Tourist 24 hour pass is currently 20 Euros and a great deal.
  • Stepping off the boat on to the island take a left and head past the first few shops, walk up a slight bridge to the dark green multi-pitched roof building. They have a nice glass making demonstration. We stop at the first demonstration a few Buildings earlier. It was not as impressive or informative. They also have a lovely showroom. You will need to ask to see it. The gift shop is a separate space.
  • Stand and watch as multiple glass blowers work on amazing pieces of art. Free (tips encouraged) to watch for 10 minutes. Some basic facts and information in both Italian and English are told to us as they work.
  • On Sundays it is one of the few places where you can see a glass blowing demonstration. But if you are in Murano in a different day of the week, try to see the real stuff where they produce real glass for selling. Fascinating...
  • Great place to get to see a working glass blowing factory. The speech is in English and explains the basics of glass blowing. Entertaining and worth seeing it.