Nationaal Glasmuseum, Leerdam
(2.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Low experience value, dusty entrance, little messy, chaotic presentation, very friendly staff, dedicated and helpful. Too much room for improvement.
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  • With high expectations we went to the national glass museum but what a letdown was that an entrance fee of € 9.00. p.p. is way too much for a so caught up by the time whole. Messy, poorly maintained and inaugural portions were construction workers trying to manifest something new to build. The are indeed old buildings but also old buildings you can give a look that does justice to our large glass artists. This visit is for us once but never again, then but local galleries, beautiful objects.
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  • very touristy, but also very nice. You see the people hard at work (also to follow on TV screens if you what further down), clear explanation. Also nice is that you can look within can and whenever you want to and not stuck at times this
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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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