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House Of Marbles

Handmade glassware, vases, goblets, ornaments and probably the largest selection of marbles in the world.
House Of Marbles
The Old Pottery, Pottery Road
Bovey Tracey
TQ13 9DS

01626 835285
Old Pottery Restaurant

Bovey Tracey, Devon
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House Of Marbles Description / Reviews / Visitors Feedback
Comment Well worth a visit. Lots of interesting and good looking glass items at reasonable prices also a good cafe. Last but not least you can see glass being worked and have a piece made specially for you, my piece was ordered, made and sent to me in just over a week.

Feedback / Review By Dennis of Scarborough on 2010-06-03
Comment I agree with everything Dennis of Scarborough writes but there is much more to see than glass. Games for children and adults, lovely clothes and accessories, a glass museum, the biggest marble race I have ever seen, plenty to entertain children in and outside and extremely helpful and friendly staff.

Feedback / Review By June Garrard of Marlborough Wilts UK on 2011-04-25
Comment Popped down and visited the House of Marbles at Bovey Tracey today. Well worth the trip and spent around two hours there. As well as all the marbles there is a pottery museum, gift shop and a nice little cafe selling some lovely cakes. Obviously it's all about the marbles and it did not disappoint with hundred on display in the archive and many more for sale and in the gift shops. There were also several fascinating marble runs which helps to keep the kids interested as you watch them travel around their routes. You also have the glassware museum and viewing gallery over the workshop area. I found this very interesting watching the craftsman heating, rolling and shaping the molten glass into various designs that are produced for sale on site. While there we also managed to watch a youngster have a glass cast of their hand prints being made. All in all I would recommend a trip to the House of Marbles. And if you are traveling down the A38 then it's ideally placed to stop off an call in. And best of all, on top of all this it was free to visit!

Feedback / Review By Bernie of Devon on 2013-03-17

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