The Passau Glass Museum is located on the Town Hall Square in Passau. This museum collects various styles of Bohemian glass craft products, these crafts are very exquisite. Exquisite free travel worthy of this trip~
The Passau Glass Museum is in a hotel in Passau. This hotel was the hotel where Princess Sissi stayed before she got married. After that, she took a boat to Austria. The ticket is seven euros, first take the elevator to the fourth floor, and then slowly look down. The exhibits here are an eye-opener for me, it is hard to imagine that glass products can be so exquisite. The collection of the museum is so rich that you can't finish it. And the structure of this old house is also very complicated, one exhibition hall after another, it often feels like getting lost. But in short it was a worthwhile trip.
This place originally produced glass crafts, so it would be worthwhile to go to the museum of glass crafts. Unexpectedly, they could make the glass as thin as a cicada's wings. Recommend,
The Passau Glass Museum mainly exhibits bohemian glass art, and it is also one of the few glass-themed museums in Germany.
Passau Glass Museum, located in the center of Passau, is a famous glass-themed museum in Germany. The Passau Glass Museum is small and has a two-story exhibition hall with a collection of Bohemian glass products.