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Murano boat tour and glass blowing session: buy tickets online.

The Blown Glass Art Tour in Murano and visit to the master's furnace: you arrive by boat for a glass blowing demonstration in Murano in the workshop with master glassmaker. Buy tickets online.

Murano boat tour and glass blowing session: buy tickets online

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Murano boat tour and glass blowing sessionMurano boat tour and glass blowing session � Lagoon of Venice

Murano boat tour and glass blowing session: € 10 per person.

Murano boat tour and glass blowing session

Why not discover the islands in a more factory and witness the art of glassmaking.

This tour allows you to discover the art of glassblowing in a real Murano furnace. Departs from Venice near the Railway or San Marco (depends on the tour time selected at the time of booking) where the boat and guide will be waiting to take you to Murano (boat trip included)

Once in Murano there will be an explanation of the glassblowing processes and with the opportunity to attend a small live glassmaking session with a master glassmaker in one of the oldest furnaces on the island.

So everyone will be able to explore the island taking advantage of some restaurant recommendations where you can taste some of the typical Venetian dishes.

The tour is multilingual and available in 4 languages: English, French, Spanish and Italian.

Meeting point of the Murano boat tour with glass blowing session

– Fondamenta Santa Lucia, 1, (tours at 10:00, 12:00 and 14:00), next to the KFC restaurant.
– Riva degli Schiavoni, 4142, (tours at 10:30, 12:30 and 14:30), in front of the Cornoldi barracks.

The guide will wait for customers with the words "LAGOON TOUR Consorzio Vidali Group".

Please arrive at the meeting point at least 15 minutes before the tour starts.

Duration of the Murano boat tour with glass blowing session

– 3 hours.

Hours and days of the Murano boat tour with glass blowing session

Hours: every day at 10.00, 10.30, 12.00, 12.30, 14.00, 14.30.
Meeting time: 15 minutes before.

By presenting the voucher upon arrival - vouchers on smartphones are accepted - to the representative you can start the tour.

Murano boat tour and glass blowing session

Accessibility and useful information for the Murano boat tour with glass blowing session

– Stroller accessible.
– Comfortable shoes suggested.
– The tour can be shared with guests not belonging to the same group.

Cancellation policy of the Murano boat tour and glass blowing session

Receive a 100% refund if you cancel your reservation up to 24 hours before the start of the experience.


Murano is a characteristic centre located to the north of Venice, built on seven islets in the lagoon connected by bridges.
Asylum and refuge for refugees from the mainland to find refuge from barbarian invasions, Murano, whose old name is AMURANIUM, grew in prosperity and reached its splendor in the 16th century. It was always the center that maintained administrative autonomy from Venice, enjoying an administrative local government and taking advantage of its ancient statutes since 1272 under the rule of a podestà.

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