MUSEUM - ART GALLERIES - GLASS BLOWING - FILM SHOW - VICTORIAN FURNACE
All of of our temporary exhibitions are FREE ENTRANCE
HERITAGE OPEN DAYS
FRIDAY 20TH & SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER
Join us as we celebrate our towns rich history with free guided tours of our Museum Galleries and Victorian Cone Building. booking is essential as numbers are limited. On Saturday the 21st September we open our doors for FREE and you can take advantage of seeing our glass blowing demos, film show, galleries and cone building. For further information please ring 01744 22766.
NEW GALLERY OPENS
We are pleased and proud to announce the launch of our brand new exhibition gallery. The creation of a bespoke glass cubed gallery was done in time to exhibit the 2019 Open Art Competition Exhibition. The gallery is the first phase of changes planned for the interior of TWOG and has set the bar quite high in what we want to achieve and has already received positive from artists and visitor from across the region. We have worked closely with St Helens Council in being able to bring this unique space to fruition and with our contractors Jennors who have worked with us to meet very tight deadlines. We hope that when you visit you will enjoy the space as much as we have bringing it to life.
For more information please call us on 01744 22766.
FROM 21ST SEPTEMBER
In association with and the CONTEMPORARY GLASS SOCIETY, this exhibition celebrates the 20 years of the society. each artist uses their own unique techniques to produce both small and large scale pieces of work. We are delight to be the host venue for this prestigious exhibition by this talented group of artists. We look forward to welcoming you to the opening on the 21st September. For further information please ring 01744 22766.
CAFE AND SHOP
Our CafĂ© and Shop are open Monday to Saturday 9.30am - 4pm for visitors and non visitors to the museum. Take advantage of a mid moring latte, afternoon glass of wine and check out our latest arrivals in our shop and the handmade glass produced in house by our glass artists. Entrance to cafe, shop and exhibitions is free.