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Ruskin Glass Centre, Stourbridge

4.4
#8 of 14 in Things to do in Stourbridge
Landmark Tourist Spot
Ruskin Glass Centre is home to a wide array of glass crafts; from live glassblowing, respected studio glass artists, engravers, glass decorators, and glass repair specialists to the diverse yet complementary trades of furniture design, handmade soap, textiles, photography, printing and publishing.

There is also a brand new 30 cover cafe on site serving high quality fresh organic snacks, meals and desserts
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4.3
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  • while visiting this centre we were fortunate enough to encounter several of the craftspeople working in their units, who were happy to answer questions and talk about their crafts. The bio cafe is ver...  more »
  • The centre shares a site with a college (which is a good thing!) but as a first-time visitor, it's difficult to make hear or tail of where you are or what's about. There wa some fascinating glass blow...  more »
  • Not much going on Various small sort of shops within a cold building Was a cafe with lovely helpful staff and basic items on menu Jacket pot £3.50 a touch too dear sandwiches vegetable curry £5.50 nee...  more »
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  • Just seen a lady driver (red car, possibly and Toyota) not taking a blind bit of notice of someone walking their dog before she cut across the kerb and into the centre car park. Almost every day I see people enter and leave without paying attention to pedestrians and other road users. One day someone is going to get hurt.
  • I love this place.. first time I came here I spent 2-3 hours here. Now, I have a workshop here. The centre is attached to a special needs college. So students can be around from Monday to Friday, especially at break times 11am and 1pm. Also the car park can get very busy around 4pm as the students are going. Saturday is the best day to catch most if not all of the workshops open. I would advise anyone thinking of coming especially in a large group to ring beforehand to ensure the makers that you really want to see are in.
  • Tucked away gem with wonderful shopping for crafts. Meet the makers. Excellent coffee.
  • If you like glass you'll love this place
  • Interesting place but we went on a Monday when lots of the units were closed.

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