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At £2 per head it was a reasonable, ideal if the weather is a little inclement. The guys who were making the products were clearly expert & passionate about their art. Surprisingly there is not as much blowing involved as the job description might suggest....More
What a great place to visit. With breath taking views. The chairlift looked a little unsteady for our liking but took the long climb up and down to the shore to see he colour sands and hopped on a boat to get a closer peek...More
We visited this place after walking the 20 min walk to the Needles. We went down on the chair lift to the beach to look at the coloured sands. Fantastic to see this once down at the bottom. The top of the chair lift is...More
Definitely worth a visit. Saw two of the gentleman blowing glass and creating beautifully unique vases and glass ornaments whilst talking us through it. Amazing to watch -albeit very hot! Interesting day out 😊
Watching the glass blowers at work was interesting, to see the whole process from start to finish. A small charge of £2 to watch the blowers at work was quite reasonable.
As usual with this type of place once you've watched the glass being blown...More
There’s not that many places around which enable visitors to see actual glass blowing taking place using fairly traditional techniques.
There is a voucher for admission in the brochure we received when we paid for parking in the main public car park adjacent to the...More
It was nice to see how the glass is made and only £2 each entry to see the glass blowers.
When you see the work that goes into making some of the item they are not badly priced. The gift shop has all glass items...More