All about your visit to the Frauenau Glass Museum

Unfortunately, guest cards cannot be accepted, but there are discounts for students, pensioners and visitors aged 65 and over. Further information on discounted or free admission is available at the ticket office.

Yes, the admission tickets are valid for the whole day. The museum visit can be interrupted as often as you like, for example for a visit to the museum café.

On average, you can plan around one hour for a tour of the museum. However, interested visitors often stay longer in the museum.

The museum is closed on Mondays. However, if a public holiday falls on a Monday, the museum is open.

Photographs may be taken in the museum for private purposes without flash or tripod. Authorisation is required for commercial purposes.

The glass museum is barrier-free. All exhibition areas are wheelchair-accessible.

The Frauenau Glass Museum can be reached by car and train. It is located in the centre of Frauenau, directly on the state road 2132, which runs through the village and leads to Spiegelau and Zwiesel. The museum is just 300 metres from Frauenau railway station and is therefore easy to reach from Zwiesel and Grafenau by train, which runs every hour. The train journey is even free with a guest card. 

Free parking is available at the museum. There are also 2 charging points for electric vehicles here.

Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed in the museum.

The Frauenau Glass Museum has been in existence since 1975 and the new building was opened in 2005.

All glasses are original.

Glassworks tours are organised in the Eisch glassworks offered in Frauenau. At Zwiesel crystal glass there is a factory tour every day (weekdays only) at 11 am. Also in the Schmid Glass Manufactory in Lindberg you can see how glass objects are created. At Broken glass Köck Your Riedlhütte is also still working on the glass furnace.