Many thanks to the students from the University of Wolverhampton who held an exhibition of their work “Reflections of Wightwick” from 25 February to 5 March 2017. Further details of temporary exhibitions at White House Cone Museum of Glass, prior to the formal opening next Summer, will be advised shortly.
Consultants including Fuzzy Duck, a multi media company, are working on the fit-out of the new museum and are undertaking a trial interpretation day in order to gauge public opinion as to how the fully fitted museum may eventually look. Everyone is invited to see the results and to offer any comments on Monday 20 […]
A superb weekend over 26 and 27 November 2016 organised by BGF Trustee and Resident Glass Artist, Allister Malcolm, a wonderful spectacle and another striking success for the fledgling museum. Many thanks to Allister who donated the £1,140 raised from the bauble decorating workshop to the British Glass Foundation.
Click here to see the latest photographs of the building of the new museum. 3 November 2016 17 May 2016 25 April 2016 15 March 2016 22 February 2016 10 February 2016 2 February 2016 and 19 January 2016
Following the closure of Broadfield House Glass Museum at the end of September 2015 we are delighted to have been successful with our Round One Heritage Lottery funding bid for £780,000 for the fit-out of the new museum on the White House Cone site. This is wonderful news and helps us enormously in our am […]
Click here for the article in the Stourbridge News: Closure of Broadfield House Glass Museum Stourbridge News 13.8.15 Although it’s the end of an era for Broadfield House Glass Museum it is the start of a sparkling new future for the prized glass collections which will be transferred to the brand new visitor attraction […]
Plans to begin transferring Dudley Council’s internationally important collection to the purpose-built facility on the former White House Glass Cone site in Wordsley are underway. The collection will be loaned to the British Glass Foundation on a 125-year lease. The BGF will run the new museum, which will be opposite the council’s historic Red House […]