INTERACTIVE GLASSBLOWING DEMONSTRATIONS
MONDAY-FRIDAY 11.15am & 2.15pm
See our skilled glassblowers at work as they produce our ranges of handmade glassware inspired by the Roman and Georgian heritage of the city. An audio presentation will guide you though the process and the glassmakers will be happy to answer any questions you have.
View the historic stained glass exhibits as seen on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow and our unique collection of glass artefacts from around the world including some original Roman pieces.
Your entry also entitles you to a 10% DISCOUNT in the gift shop. Our collectable pieces make a perfect and unique souvenir from your visit to Bath. (excludes seconds and sale items).
Adult: £4.50 Child/Student/OAP: £3.00
Family (2 adults & 2 children): £12.00 Under 5's: FREE
Demonstrations usually last around 30-45 mins depending on the group size,
how many questions people ask, number of people participating in blowing baubles etc.
Additional Interactive Activity:
BLOW YOUR OWN BAUBLE
just £12.50 per bauble
GLASS PRODUCTION VIEWING - Non-Interactive
MONDAY-FRIDAY 10.15am, 12.15pm & 3.15pm
View the daily glass production in this unique working environment.
Adult: £2.50 Child/Student/OAP: £1.50 Under 5's: FREE
Please note these sessions are just to watch the daily glass production and are not an interactive demonstration.
Products made can vary and bauble blowing is not available at these times.
Please note we are closed on Sundays.
Please check in advance if travelling as we may have group bookings.
THE BATH aqua THEATRE OF GLASS
105-107 Walcot Street
An exciting, creative visitor attraction located in Walcot Street, the heart of the city's Artisan Quarter. You will be able to watch the ancient craft of free-blown glass in a dramatic working environment. Learn about the history of glass and take home beautiful pieces hand crafted on site. A display of new and antique windows and artefacts not to miss! We have two ancient windows one found under the Abbey chambers depicting artisans at work and a stained glass window depicting Papal Guards dated 1557.
After a visit to our factory you can stroll up to St Swithen's church where Jane Austen's parents were married and you can view their wedding lines (certificate). Her father Rev. George Austen is buried in the grave yard there. Jane Austen often visited the church and mentions it in Northanger Abbey, it is therefore a poignant Jane Austen site.
Group bookings from schools, colleges, social and corporate groups welcome. Please phone 01225 428146 for further information or fill in the form below and we will get back to you: