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Embark on a journey through the industrial past of the Stourbridge Glass Museum site with our expert guide on this historical walking tour. Explore the former site of the Stuart Crystal factory, (where Stourbridge Glass Museum now stands), and learn about its significance within the local glass industry. Discover how the surrounding canal-side and other buildings supported the trade as we delve into the industrial heritage of Stourbridge, where the legacy of glassmaking continues to shine.

Your ticket also includes entry to the Stourbridge Glass Museum, where you can discover even more about the history of glassmaking in this area.

This walking tour begins at Stourbridge Glass Museum. Arrive at 10.45 am for 11.00 am start time. The museum opens at 10.30 am. This walk takes approximately 60 minutes.

Please note that this is an accessible canal side walking tour suitable for wheel chair users. If you have any questions relating to accessibility, please get in touch with us before booking.

Don’t forget to dress appropriately for the weather, including suitable footwear. We can’t wait to see you on this exciting heritage walk. Book your space now to secure your spot on this unique and informative walking tour!


Saturday 8th June


11.00am – 12.00pm


Glass Museum

The museum depends on donations to continue operating. We are grateful for any contribution you make.

Charity number: 1139252

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