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Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Malaga

Plazuela Santisimo Cristo de la Sangre, 2 | In fron of the Church of San Felipe Neri, 29012 Malaga, Spain
+34 952 22 02 71
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The museum is located in a crefully restored 18th century house, where we can browse through the history of humanity by means of the glass. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 7pm.
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Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Plazuela Santisimo Cristo de la Sangre, 2 | In fron of the Church of San Felipe Neri, 29012 Malaga, Spain
+34 952 22 02 71
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This has to be one of the best experiences that i have had . The tour was led by the owner, a very knowledgeable and charming man. To be able to view and learn about the history of glass was one thing but to see...More

Thank Janet K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is one of the most unexpected musea we have ever visited. It really is worth a visit, even only for the owner with his wit and interesting information

Thank Hansvankeken
Reviewed 1 week ago

I loved the visit to this museum! It was so interesting and educational. The tour was led by the owner of the museum who also lives there and was an incredibly interesting and charismatic gentleman. For me he made the items come alive and tell...More

Thank Suansa
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum guided tour is fascinating on the history of glass (starting over 2000 years ago) with interesting pieces, ceramics, a wonderful restored house with lovely unexpected garden and a great collection of furniture art and glass. It takes two hours and we were all...More

Thank spencer49
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked a way to find this and we are so pleased we did. It is the private house of your guide who has a vast collection of all sorts of interesting things, including very valuable glass and antique furniture. The tour lasts about 2...More

Thank sylviaholmes54
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a great place! Lovely building restored by the three owners with q varied and interesting curated collection of glass, ceramics, paintings and furniture. My utterly charming English guide spent a great deal of time explaining the history and chronology of the contents. I learnt...More

Thank Simon H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum was such a delight and a surprise. Not only do you get to see a wonderful collection of glass items you get to see many wonderful and beautiful pieces of furniture. It is all displayed as if you are walking through someone's home....and...More

Thank GKP46
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a truly unique museum with the three owners of this fantastic house and collection fully hands on. Professor Phillips gave us a personal tour with fascinating insights. The collection starts with early glass 2,000 bc to present day. The house has also interesting...More

Thank Peter H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's a decent museum, but the guide was the rudest most arrogant guide, I have ever encountered. We decided to join an Italian tour because it was the only time we could. We knew that we wouldn't understand much, but didn't mind, because there was...More

Thank sasv001
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This museum is in a private residence so it really is a labour of love for the owner. His home is beautiful and he gives a detailed description of some of his collection of glass and antiques. A very different museum visit!

Thank Rebecca B
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Susanna L
7 September 2017|
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Response from JuaniJayne | Reviewed this property |
The museo is closed for the whole of August so if the dish was posted recently, that probably means it was during that month. The owners who live there and conduct all the guided tours would probably not be there at the time... More