Dartington Crystal - Best Price Tickets

Dartington Crystal - Best Price Tickets

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Looking for unique days out in Devon? A factory tour of Dartington Crystal is just the thing for you!

Nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Devon lies Dartington Crystal, a renowned glassmaking company with a rich history. Founded in 1967, the company has been producing high quality handcrafted crystal products ever since, using traditional techniques passed down through generations of skilled artisans.

Now you can take a tour of the factory and witness the magic of glassblowing firsthand at the Dartington Crystal factory, where experts create stunning pieces using molten glass and fiery furnaces. From elegant wine glasses to intricate vases and beautiful decorative objects, there's something for everyone at this unique and fascinating attraction.

In addition to its beautiful products, Dartington Crystal also offers a range of interactive experiences and workshops for visitors of all ages, including glassblowing demonstrations, glass bead making, and glass painting.

So if you're looking for a truly unique and memorable experience in Devon, look no further than Dartington Crystal. Whether you're an enthusiast or simply looking for a fun and educational day out, this is one attraction you won't want to miss!

Children under 16 go FREE! Adults only £10. Book your tour tickets today

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How to find us

By car

From Junction 27 on the M5 - Approximately 50 minutes, From Barnstaple or Bideford approximately 25 minutes. Once at Great Torrington we are clearly signposted.

By bus

Dartington Crystal is a short walk to the main bus routes that link Torrington to Bideford, Barnstaple and Exeter.

By bike

The site is close to the Tarka Trail cycle route

By train

Barnstaple is the nearest train station. From here, it is a 25-minute taxi ride. 

  • Pavilion Café
  • Toilets
  • Tea / Coffee Shop
  • Free parking
  • Picnic area

People also ask: 

Can I bring my dog?

  • Dogs are allowed to be brought along with you, but can not enter the factory itself

How much is a ticket?

  • Entry into our visitor centre is free and a self guided tour around the factory is £10 

Is there disabled access?

  • The shop, café and visitor centre all have disabled access but unfortunately due to stairs within the factory tour, disabled access is not possible. As this is a working factory this is something that cannot be changed

How long is the tour?

  • We recommend about an hour for the tour itself, but it is certainly worth staying at the site for longer to try the other experiences on-site or to watch the glass-blowers at work

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