Parents and children alike can get insight into the art of making glass in an entire museum village in the district of Teltow-Fläming.
The museum village Baruther Glashütte turns 300 years of history into a hands-on experience. The highlight is the making of glass where the visitors can look over the shoulder of master glass maker Patrick Damm. And if you are adventurous, you can try your luck at blowing a "Glashütter Durstkugel", a local kind of bottle.
Top10 Team Insiders' tip: the glassworks and the museum are worth a visit all year round. In spring go there to visit the market for pottery and gardening, summertime invites you for the garden and summer night fest, autumn brings the wine fest and in winter you have to check out their christmas market for a special gift made of glass. Glashütte is also a nice place for a great Christmas function.
Museumsdorf Baruther GlashütteHüttenweg 20
15837 Baruth Glashütte
- Tuesday to Sunday (March to December): 10:00 am – 05:00 pm
- Wednesday to Sunday (January and February): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
- Other Opening Hours: On demand.
- Price Level: Adult ticket 5,50 euro/ children 3,00 euro, group tour starting at 1,00 euro/person; glassblowing 7,00 euro; birthday parties and educational programme starting at 4,00 euro/person, functions starting at 20,00 euro/person
- Guided Tours: For groups of 10 people and more, reservation under phone -49 33 704 98 09 12 or via E-mail: info@museumsdorf- glashuette.de
- Remark: There are special offers for school classes, birthday parties, private and company functions.