The Glass Quarter visitor attractions are located along the main A491 just off the Stourbridge Ring Road and are within a few minutes drive of each other. There is free car parking at each venue. The main attractions are signposting by following the white on brown tourism signposting.
There is a Coffee House at the Red House Glass Cone that offers hot and cold drinks together a wide selection of homemade food and delicious cakes.
An organic cafe is available at the Ruskin Glass Centre that offers locally sourced produce all cooked on site. A lovely choice of hot and cold food and homemade desserts are available to purchase.
Alongside the Red House Glass Cone is Stourbridge Sixteen Locks that offers a pleasant walk along the towpath where you can look back and see the Red House Glass Cone in the distance.
Next to the Ruskin Glass Centre is the Stourbridge Canal and boat trips from the Bonded Warehouse regularly take passengers along this stretch of the canal including the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal into the pretty village of Kinver.
Stourbridge Glass Museum also alongside the Stourbridge Canal and opposite the Red House Glass Cone has a globally significant glass collection, engaging animations, interactive digital displays and live glassmaking demonstrations.
Undertake a self guided walk around the Stourbridge and Dudley canals, learn about the canal and glass heritage in Stourbridge or take a boat trip around the Stourbridge Glass Quarter.