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Glass Museum Penang    

  6, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050, George Town, Pulau Pinang | Visit Website |   04-251 9880
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Visit Malaysia's first ever Glass Museum and see the longest batik motif glass painting as recorded in Malaysia Book of Records. Learn the techniques used in glass making and take part in decorating your own glass creation and bring it home as a souvenir.

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What to Expect?

Glass Museum Penang is a good place to learn about glass making, create your own glass souvenir, shop for quality glass items and take fun photos with some glass-themed 3D art.

Step into the fantastic Glass Museum Penang, the first ever museum of glass in Malaysia and home to the longest batik motif glass painting - both feats certified under the Malaysian Book of Records.

As you enter, you'll be greeted by the Avenue of Stars, a long corridor surrounded by geometrical mirrors that seemingly takes you to a world of endless reflections and spaces. Continue through the museum and observe the skillfully made decorations made from recycled glass pieces plus other artworks displayed all around. Don't miss the chance to take creative shots in the kaleidoscope-like mirrors and the fluorescent "forest" that gives the illusion of a beautifully lit landscape.

Free glass crafting class

For every paid entrance ticket entitled for a plate of glass to enjoy the process of crafting anything that you like on the glass, their staff will help on the finishing process and bring back home as a memorable souvenir!

Take parting in an immersive glass crafting class and take home your very own creation! Perfect for art lovers and appreciators, the Glass Museum Penang is a must for your itinerary.


- Enter Malaysia's first ever Glass Museum and see the fascinating designs

- See the longest batik motif glass painting, recognized by the Malaysia Book of Records

- Learn different glass making techniques like fusing, sandblasting, and stained glass overlay

- Take artistic photos with amazing glass pieces and holographic illusions within the museum

- Get the chance to decorate and bring home your own glass creation!

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 Address:   6, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050, George Town, Pulau Pinang

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04-251 9880

Weekdays 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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  Reviews 3.8   (321)
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    Eelaya Darsini

    2 years ago

    This is an interesting place, where we get to experience the different types of art and exhibitions that blow our mind. The part where we get to design our own art is what attracted a lot of people.

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    Lorna Greene

    2 years ago

    Not really a museum but it's just quirky enough to get away with still being kinda entertaining. The staff also added to my enjoyment

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    Janice Tan

    2 years ago

    Like all creative art craft museums, I haven't been to a glass one, what more the first in our country, definitely must support if it's that fascinating as promoted. Well, yours truly for the build up designs and everyone so excited to harmonise themselves with each unique designs exhibited:nature, horror, heavenly and so on. We joined their free, guided glass crafting (non colored free, colored add RM5) and it's limited choice to make one unless you willing to pay more. You can also purchase all types of glassware except be careful on other non glass souvenirs, we stumbled into a poor quality squeeze ball (RM20). For local visitors, get used to nagging and inquisitive elderly craft guide, ha ha. If I almost same generation commented, what about younger ones..

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    Nina Fazz

    a year ago

    You'll have the chance to design your own glass, and get to know brief process of creating those glass arts. They have a lot of amazing glass sculpture, batik, animals and so on.. spent around 2 hours in here because we're keen to self design the glass.

    The photographers can help + guide you to take photos.

    Overall, nice place to hang out with family & friends. And it test your creativity 😆

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    AJ Alvero

    3 years ago

    I feel like it's really just made to be a museum to sell stuffs. There are glass artworks on displays but I've been better ones. There is a mini tour on how they make glass artwork but the mini workshop that came after it, you'll have to shell out additional money.

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