It may be obvious, but this is a really great museum to visit if you like fine crystal. What I mean is that this is perhaps the tiniest most focused museum I have ever experienced. You might be a little bored if you have no interest in the subject matter. It is essentially three small rooms with modest sized display cases. I didn’t count them, but I would guess that there were a total of 150 items on display, if that many.
The building and interior itself is beautiful. We arrived around 3pm on a Monday and were greeted efficiently but somewhat coldly. We paid our 5 Euro each and spent about 30 minutes in the museum. After leaving I found out that there is a video to view. We were not made aware of this option, but in hindsight I expect that it was because the staff seemed busy preparing for some sort of evening event. Not a big deal as the museum itself was enjoyable and we received a handout in English that explained the items on view.
A rather large showroom/gift shop is located on the ground floor. They offer beautiful items but way out of my price range. The public restroom on the upper floor is worth a look…a really interesting space that is unlike any restroom I have experienced before. You’ll have to see it for yourself!
In summary we are very glad that we went to this museum. It was a nice change of pace as this museum was small enough to be manageable and not crowded. If you are in the area and what to try something different or have an interest in fine crystal, I would whole-heartedly recommend a visit to this lovely little museum.
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