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Moser Glass Factory

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Glass making has been a Czech tradition for hundreds of years, so while in Prague why not take a short trip outside the city to experience this complex process for yourself at the Moser Glass Factory. Moser is known across the world as the “King of Glass” and some of the shapes and colours you'll see in the factory really will be amazing. Your visit will take place in two parts- first a stop at the small museum where you'll find lots of information and memorabilia from throughout the years, followed by a tour of the factory itself.

Entrance to the museum is totally free and you can stop there if you want, or the short tour showing how glass is made will cost you a slight fee.

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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