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Murano Glass Factories Open to the Public?

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Many years ago (when I was in college in the 1960s) we were able to get right up close to the glassworkers in one of the Murano factories – no chance of me remembering which one.

Are there any factories these days – visiting in May – that let you in the factory (rather than just give a demonstration in an auditorium such as they have in Corning, NY)?

I realize that things have changed a lot since then – you can’t get “touching-close” to Stonehenge anymore – but I was hoping that there are some factories in Murano that still are open to the public. We’re going in May.

Thanks.
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