Nationaal Glasmuseum, Leerdam

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  • Has often been in this museum and every time it's different. Now a beautiful exhibition on optical cut glass. Also nice that the depot pieces to show up in the walkways. Friendly staff, easy free parking.
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  • This museum is located in the two former directors villas. These are through four walkways connected to each other. In the walkways in showcases the entire permanent collection of the museum. In the villas can be found on the different floors the changing exhibitions. Also in the garden, behind the museum, in glass greenhouses, also still beautiful glass objects. Tip! 1. Parking is available near the dike, at the club house of the Rowing Association. 2. buy a combination ticket, also the glass-blowing demonstration against the Centre.
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  • Worth a visit to get an impression of the glass art in particular the glass factory in Leerdam. Extensive collection with famous names but also all kinds of consumer products. Regularly there are special themed exhibitions. Tip-combine the visit with a visit to the shop of the glassworks and glass blowing demonstrations in Leerdam itself (especially in summer).
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  • Is very against, especially in relation to the admission fee of € 9.00 per person, messy and poorly maintained a whole. Old building where time has stood still and that they are extremely unfortunate and does not belong to the artists who have won their spurs in the glass as art. This fits in the category, once but never again.
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  • Great museum. Lots of nice glassware. Very friendly staff and they serve tasty snacks.
  • Poor! I find that I have more history and context information may verwachent. Is more of a gallery. Nothing for kids too.
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  • Pretty boring, little to no context or history or production of glass.
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