Lying in the heart of the Glass Quarter , The Red House Glass Cone was built at the end of the 18th century and was used for the manufacture of glass until 1936. Reaching 100 feet, glass cones within the Stourbridge area were commonplace. Today, it is the only complete glass cone in the area and one of only four left in the United Kingdom.


The Cone, set next to Stourbridge canal, is free to look around and surrounded by a wealth of artisan studios offering regular demonstrations, exhibitions, events and learning experiences, plus beautiful handmade items to buy direct from the makers. Enjoy a great day out for both children and adults alike with a cafe on site, free car park and a dog friendly environment. Just over the road, the new White House Glass Museum and studios are under construction, opening soon, and offering even more reason to visit!

The Cone

Studios and Small Businesses
at the Red House Glass Cone:

Josephine Tournibez Jewellery

Mattens Handmade Jewellery

Bebanne Art

Tandem Crafts

Saz's Ceramics and Crafts

Glass Quarter Designs

AKC Signs

Red Cone Coffee House