Ruskin Glass Centre, Stourbridge

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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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  • This seems to be a collection of arty crafty shops, not all of which were open on our visit, attached to a college. There didn’t seem to be a visitor centre or museum as such. There is, apparently, a ...  more »
  • I was looking for ‘Firing’ glasses used when making toasts. Tried every where I knew but no luck. Went to the Ruskin Centre, what a surprise. A variety of Worksop studios selling all types of glass wa...  more »
  • Most recent visit was for the 2017 British Glass Biennale. There was a fantastic buzz about the place, and some amazing exhibits on show. I particularly respect the generosity of the individual artisa...  more »
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  • Great centre for artistic glass and other crafts. Artists studios offering a wide range of work. Nice cafe too
  • Creative hub with loads of famtastoc glass artists, crafters and wondrrful good quality gifts. Also for courses and workshops.
  • Some wonderful artists at work here. Great to see them working and the fabulous glass they produce.
  • Good tea room. Great glassblowing in demonstration window and lots of lovely small businesses selling glorious glass and other craftsmanship.
  • Here you will find the Webb Corbett Visitor Centre and the Glasshouse Arts Centre. Both are part of the Glass Quarter which celebrates 325 years of glassmaking. There are 23 crafts business (not all glassmaking) with artefacts and exhibitions onsite. The centre also has a cafe and a series of events throughout the year.

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