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Glassmaking and Nature - Colours of the Causeway Coastline with Benefield Spencer Glass

35 Lagavara Road, 35 Lagavara Road, Ballintoy, Ballycastle, County Antrim, BT54 6NG
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Benefield Spencer Glass, the North Antrim Coast’s only glassblowing studio. Inviting you behind the doors of their private studio to experience the magic of molten glass.

Glassmaking and Nature - Colours of Causeway Coast  Coastline  is a hands on glassmaking experience at Benefield Spencer Glass studio, located just a few miles inland from  Ballintoy village. 

The experience includes demonstrations by professional glassmaker Andrea Spencer and takes a step by step approach, showing you how to heat and shape glass rods in the flame. Under Andrea's expert guidance, you will create your own unique hanging suncatcher design, inspired by the unique flora and fauna native to the Causeway coastline.

Experiences  can accommodate  parties of 2-4 people. No previous glassmaking experience is require. Usually days avialable for booking experiences are Thursday - Sat 10am - 1pm and are bookable by email. Participants must be 16yrs and over. 





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