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Langham Glass, Fakenham
(3.9/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Visited Langham Glass while staying in Norfolk. What a wonderful place.. staff so friendly and watching such a talented group of men turn blobs into such delecate pieces of art was amazing. . Even had...  more »
  • Plenty of spaces in the carpark and all on one level so accessible for scooters and wheelchairs. great gift shop and cafe serving snacks. Very friendly and helpful staff. Highly recommended. 
  • Haven't been to Langham Glass since it moved to it's new location. Not as quaint as it was but still lots of beautiful glassware to see and buy. We didn't do the workshop tour but spent a good couple ...  more »
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  • Interesting visit to see the glass being blown. Famous for it's animal designs, which are not my thing but fascinating seeing them being produced. Well worth a visit just for the demonstrations. Nelsons Cafe has a limited array of food on offer, but was clean and comfortable. Jacket potato looked excellent and I wish I had chosen one!
  • Great place to see craftsmen at their best, and getting a little bit involved in making something to buy gave the children chance to be part of the process too
  • Very interesting live demonstrations of glass blowing. Aladdins cave of breakable and delicate glass and China to browse. Not child friendly but attached is Nelson's Cafe with a children's corner. Light meals and snacks. Good clean loos plus disabled ♿ loo.
  • Interesting glass making demo. Nice cafe. Nice way to spend a couple of hours.
  • Live demos are great, shop is good. The biggest failing is the cafe. 20 minute wait for a pre prepped panini and nearly 6 pounds for the privilege. Left a sour taste (not literally), otherwise good place to visit.