It displays a lot of exquisite glass products, and it is also a place with a very elegant environment. The glass museum here also looks pretty good. There are a lot of glass crafts. You can also see many exquisite items in the museum.
The reputation of Murano is far less than that of the "glass island" that tourists call.
The glass island is rich in various colorful glass products. From practical cups, lamps, vases, red wine bottle caps to displayed picture frames, fruit plates, earrings, pendants, etc., there is nothing beyond imagination. There are glass craftsmen on the island, and more are small glass craftsman workshops. In the glass workshop, you can watch the craftsmen make glass products on the spot, and be amazed by their unique ingenuity and ingenuity.
The Glass Museum is a relatively large venue for displaying glass products.
Across the window, admire the aura of glass products, and can't help but admire the masters' ingenious craftsmanship.
When you go to this island, you must take a look at the glass museum here. There are some glass factories on the island itself. These glass factories have been converted into museums. This is the current model. In the morning, many small shops are selling glass products. Quite exquisite, and some shops do some on-site for tourists.
We got a behind the scene peak at how they make their glass art. Just amazing. The skill from years of blowing glass into art pieces was evident, true craftsman. After watching the demonstration, we visited their showroom. A lot of expensive stuff here, but also some reasonably priced item. My aunt bought a rooster as a gift to my brother.Tip: see if you can have it shipped to you back home. That rooster took up a big chunk of my luggage. Lol.
We visited the Old Murano Glass Museum and Factory and watched a master glass blower show why he was a master at his craft.
The Murano Glass Museum displays various glass works from the centuries of the island's history. What I found most incredible was how the pieces of glass don't age. An emerald-colored chandelier from the 1700's looks just as new as when it was first created. Definitely a good stop before touring the glass shops on the island.