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Museo del Vetro

Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 20, 06066, Piegaro, Italy
+39 075 835 8525
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Beautiful and Informative

A visit to Piegaro is enhanced by a tour of this museum. Full of background and history of Piegaro... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2017
Renton, Washington
Museum of Glass

While in Piegaro, Tom Webb, owner of L'Antica Vetreria gave us a tour of the Museo del Vetro. This... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
George T
Covington, Washington
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A old glass factory (XIXth century) where you can discover the history of glass production in Piegaro (since XIVth century).
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  • Average9%
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Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 20, 06066, Piegaro, Italy
+39 075 835 8525
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Reviewed 20 June 2017

A visit to Piegaro is enhanced by a tour of this museum. Full of background and history of Piegaro, this is a must if you want to know all about the ancient tradition of glass in the region.

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Reviewed 13 June 2017

While in Piegaro, Tom Webb, owner of L'Antica Vetreria gave us a tour of the Museo del Vetro. This museum provided an interesting overview of glass blowing and making. Tom was able to provide a lot about the history of glass making in Piegaro.

Thank George T
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

We had just a quick tour a/c of short time but interesting.. our tour guide was very formative. Local history...

Thank milehidi
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Tom Webb, owner of L'Antica Vetreria, led us on a very interesting tour of this museum and former glass factory. We saw how sand was heated to form glass and how the workers extracted molten glass from the pool, which was heated by wood fire....More

Thank travelbuddy90
Reviewed 28 November 2015

In 1292 the rulers of Venice decreed that all glass blowing was to move to the island of Murano, as this was a way to protect the city from burning from the glass workshops. The artists became virtual prisoners to their craft as the Venetians...More

1  Thank Maggi713
Reviewed 23 November 2015

Take your time and make sure to go to the lower level and poke your head into the area where the glass spilled out of the original furnace.

Thank Mark K
Reviewed 15 July 2015

We learned a lot about glass-making in Italy by taking this tour, plus the views from the terrace beside the museum are quite lovely.

1  Thank Carol253
Reviewed 14 July 2015

The Museo del Vetro was very interesting. The tour of the museum included showing where the glass was melted, old glass that still remains and many of the pieces of glass. Also, at the end of the tour there is beautiful jewelry made in the...More

1  Thank Twinsdidio
Reviewed 18 January 2015

Modern museum, awesome building, interesting history. Great way to understand the history of wine bottles, fishing floats, etc

1  Thank Rebecca H
Reviewed 1 June 2012

learn about glass workers driven out of venice. museum is low key but gives you a good history of glassworking in the veneto and beyond.

Thank bradlyandbella
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