Apart from items to purchase there was an excellent museum explaining the history of glass and marbles, which sounds dry, but proved otherwise. We particularly enjoyed watching some of glass workers making objects, which one could then purchase, really great. The mechanical marble runs were most entertaining, and children found them intriguing, as we did. All in all worthwhile visit.
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The building exterior is pretty ordinary, but the two story interior has a working glass blowing experience, a museum, a wonderful restaurant and shopping for all ages.We have been many times and would not miss a visit.
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Ended up going 3 times in our week in Devon. They allow dogs in which is brilliant as we have two young dalmations and never leave them in the car. Staff were really pleasant and helpful.
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went to the house of marbles last week-end,took my mum,she loved it there,looking at all the glass ect,but when she wanted to go upstares,shock ! no lift or stare lift ? whats the point of that ? how mad is that ? sorry mum,wont be going there again,boo-hoo......
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Lovely old buildings, fabulous museum and I could watch the automated marbles for hours. Some of the glass is exquisite and watching the glass blowers is great. Lovely shop with quirky gifts and games.
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My friend and I visit the old pottery restaurant almost every month for lunch as I work nearby. The lunchtime menu is very nice but it would be nice if they had a choice of wholemeal bread as well as white and granary. Also a variety of oven baked jacket potatoes would be great to choose from for a healthier... 更多
We were taken to The House of Marbles with friends. It has displays of the most beautiful Marbles, quirky marble runs and glass related memorabilia. Looking at the Marbles, I recalled the pleasure and fascination of handling them as a child. We went through to the glass shop and it was intriguing to watch them making coloured glass vases. In... 更多
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There aren't many places that you can visit free of charge, but this is one of them! Children are fascinated by the giant marble run and they were mesmerised watching the marbles route. There is a lovely shop selling all sorts of items from marbles to clothes, gifts and glass ornaments. You can watch an expert in the glassworks and... 更多
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Perfect addition to any holiday to this area , there's lots of interesting marble runs and you can see them making glass ornaments or vases at the back of the shop , the cafe is very quaint and the shop has loads of different gifts , my boys 6 and 10 loved it . The staff are wonderful and really... 更多
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Plenty of free parking! Interesting marble museum and lots of marbles to buy along with other goodies upstairs. Nice cafe too. Some beautiful glass ornaments to buy - though some may find them expensive - and wonderfully hand-made. Plenty of kids milling around in the hols and getting in the way of the adults fun!!!! Worth a visit.
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