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Colleoni glass factory invite you to visit us in Murano island. Under reservation will be possible to admire our glass master at work with a multilengual person of our staff that will explain at visitors the different steps and process of glass...more
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Fondamenta San Giovanni Battista Dei Battuti n. 12, 30141 Murano, Italy
All reviews glass factory family run art pieces spoke good english amazing experience explained everything take home buy something private tour for sale water taxi no pressure to buy sales people murano island on display bracelet workshop
My family and I wandered into this factory and it was a wonderful find! The staff all were very friendly and easy to converse with. We showed up with no reservations and were able to join the next tour which started in 5 minutes. Cost...More
The glass factory was the first stop on a half day tour of Venice. The group was ushered into the factory for a demonstration where a vase and a small ornamental horse were made. The factory guide spoke excellent English and described all of the...More
I had emailed them and booked time slots way before travelling to Venice. So we went to Murano Faro on our own by ACTV water bus and reached the factory on time on a Sunday morning. There were few other people joining us for the...More
Although we visited in August when only one furnace was open, it was still a fascinating visit. The skill of the glass blower is unbelievable. The showrooms/shops after the demonstration were gorgeous and we were under no pressure to buy.
We visited the factory, during August, but weren’t told that the factory closed for the month, leaving just one glass master to demonstrate 2 pieces. The trip cost 27 Euro’s each and included a “workshop” to make a key ring or a bracelet etc. It...More
We did not pre book a tour, simply walked in off the street. At a price of ten euro per person it was reasonable and you actually get store credit for that amount so the demo is basically free as long as you purchase something....More
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We paid 15 Euros at one of the factory and that gives 15 Euros credit to buy anything at store. That place was pretty nice and we were lucky no one else was there at the time of show. So it was a kind of private show for us... More
We paid 15 Euros at one of the factory and that gives 15 Euros credit to buy anything at store. That place was pretty nice and we were lucky no one else was there at the time of show. So it was a kind of private show for us.
Second factory we paid 2 Euros each for the show and pay extra for any item you purchase.