|Location||Beitou, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Public transit access||Guandu Station|
The Tittot Glass Art Museum (traditional Chinese :琉園水晶博物館; simplified Chinese :琉园水晶博物馆; pinyin :Liúyuán Shuǐjīng Bówùguǎn) is a museum about glass art in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is the first museum in Taiwan dedicated to glass art.
The museum was established in 1999.
The museum spans over two floors. The ground floor displays various home-made artifacts and the upper floor displays the history of glass art and live display.
The museum is accessible within walking distance northeast from Guandu Station of the Taipei Metro.
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