The Glass Gardens of Frauenau

 

  • "Morgen geht die Sonne ..." Wilken Skurk "Morgen geht die Sonne ..." Wilken Skurk
  • "Morgen geht die Sonne ..." Wilken Skurk "Morgen geht die Sonne ..." Wilken Skurk
  • "Leidenschaft" Barbara Zehner "Leidenschaft" Barbara Zehner
  • "Leidenschaft" Barbara Zehner "Leidenschaft" Barbara Zehner
  • "Leidenschaft" Barbara Zehner "Leidenschaft" Barbara Zehner
  • "Garden Works" Agnieszka Kajper "Garden Works" Agnieszka Kajper
  • "Garden Works" Agnieszka Kajper "Garden Works" Agnieszka Kajper
  • "Garden Works" Agnieszka Kajper "Garden Works" Agnieszka Kajper
  • "Expansion" Rike Scholle "Expansion" Rike Scholle
  • "Expansion" Rike Scholle "Expansion" Rike Scholle
     


In 2010, a monothematic sculpture park was built on the grounds of the Poschinger glass works near the Glass Museum of Frauenau as well as at the Eisch Glass Works and on the meadows at Flanitz which is unique worldwide: The Glass Gardens of Frauenau. At this park covering over 20,000 square metres of a landscape-designed area, internationally renowned as well as prominent regional glass making artists are currently presenting 22 monumental glass sculptures. The Glass Gardens are open all year round and the admission is free.

 

Website of the Glass Gardens

 

 

Poschinger Glass Works

 

Moosauhütte 14

94258 Frauenau
Germany

Tel. +49 9926 94010

info@poschinger.de


Business hours

 

Glas Works

 

Mon. to Fri.: 10 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm

Sat.: 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm

As part of the viewing, our guests may try their hand at blowing their own glass flower balls.

 

From the 3. November-week until the 2. December-week as well as on Sundays and public holiday the glass works will be closed.Guided tours for groups can be booked in advance

 

Admission fees: Adults: € 2 / Children: € 1 (under 6 years of age are free).
Self blown flower balls: € 5.

 

Guided tours for groups can be booked in advance.

 

Further information

 

The Glasbaron®

Factory shop

 

Mon. – Fri. 10:00 am - 5 pm
Sat. 11:00 am - 3 pm

 

Further information