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Glasi Hergiswil, Hergiswil
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
The Glasi Hergiswil is a Swiss factory that manufactures glass, located in Nidwalden, Switzerland. It was founded by the brothers Siegwart in 1817. Because of old machines and technology, the Glasi was threatened to be closed. However, due to the efforts of the community, the factory remains open and now offers visitors the opportunity to observe workers as they produce the glass. The Glasi also has a museum and is home to the first glass labyrinth in Switzerland.Before you head to Hergiswil, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Hergiswil trip builder, to make sure you see all that Hergiswil has to offer, including Glasi Hergiswil.
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We spent a very interesting two hours watching glass blowing , pouring and casting, followed by a tour of the museum a reasonably priced purchase in the shop.
Schon seit einiger Zeit bezahlt man fürs Museum, allerdings ist der Museumspass oder die Raiffeisen-Kontokarte gültig. Hat man keinen Pass, wird einem die Eintrittsgebühr bei einem Einkauf angerechnet... read more »Already since some time has to be paid for the Museum, but the museum pass or the Raiffeisen account card is valid. You have no passport, one will be the entrance fee for purchases. (In the 1st or 2.Wahl-Laden on the same day) Pro purchase from Fr. 70. - refund of tickets through Mrs 7 - Pro purchase from Fr. 50 - entering the glass maze costs refund of tickets through Fr. 5. – (cumulative) 5 francs in addition and is non-refundable. The Glasi worth every franc and there are many playing facilities for children.show original
One of the hidden jam of so called lake Lucerne. The factory is all about glass and its development. First, we took a self guided tour about the factory's history, than, entered the area of glass prod... read more »
Nir Aviv Shapir
It was so much fun blowing the glass and seeing how the glass is being transformed into a beautiful form!!! The muséum is one of the Best I have been to! Highly recommended for the entire family! Also its just near Lake Lucerne so after visiting Lucerne, you have to visit!
Great day out! The museum is well made and there are lots of other things to do such as glass blowing, watching the workers and best of all the maze, which is quite brilliant and takes about 10 minutes.
It is amazing only the word to describe it amazing and you learn a lot about glass no one can hate it
Joshua Christian Drewlow
Tolles Ausflugsziel für Familien! Genialer Einblick wie Glas bearbeitet wird.
Glass museum, blow your own glass, glassworks tour, shop, cafe. And great location on the banks of the Vierwaldstättersee.
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