Glassworks: Caesarea's Latest Offering Brings Old & New Together

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Time Out Israel

Caesarea Glass offers glassblowing workshops and demos in an interactive display with world-class glassblower Itai Mager. This is perfect for a unique romantic date, an outing with the family or a day with friends. Learn how to make jewelry and other items inspired by those that were made in early Roman times. Caesarea Glass is home to a rare glass kiln, modeled after one from the Byzantine era that was discovered during excavations near the workshop’s site. Fun fact: The art of glassblowing was invented in Israel around 50 BC. and some of the earliest glassblowing projects were found in the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. This special workshop brings everything full circle.

Caesarea's Glass Man: Itai Mager, Photo: Avi Efrati

Interactive demonstrations NIS 15-35 per person; Workshop, NIS 35-70 per person. Opening hours Sunday-Thursday: 11:00-18:00, Fri 11:00-16:00. 052-5015700,

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