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House Of Marbles Shop is located at The Old Pottery, Pottery Rd, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot TQ13 9DS, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with House Of Marbles Shop and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Need more information, book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone. 01626 835285

You can Call us at our business hour at or visit our website and can get more information http://www.houseofmarbles.com/

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Anthony Westell

3 Google Rating

Nice place to visit very expensive

3/ 5

Nice place to visit very expensive

Terence Tomlinson

5 Google Rating

Delighted with our banister balls. Beautiful, and as stated on the website (green). Delivery unbelie

5/ 5

Delighted with our banister balls. Beautiful, and as stated on the website (green). Delivery unbelievably quick - next day. Very well wrapped and protected. Delivery as stated. Driver polite and professional. All a very welcomed experience. You deserve 5 stars.

Liz Rawlings

5 Google Rating

Really interesting place to visit. You can watch glass blowing, see how they used to fire pots, and

5/ 5

Really interesting place to visit. You can watch glass blowing, see how they used to fire pots, and there is a cafe, play area and a lovely shop. They have a huge 'marble' run with pool balls in the top floor of the shop which we found ourselves watching with the children for ages!

Simone Borrett

5 Google Rating

This is a pretty cool place to visit. There is a marble museum bit, which has some impressive marble

5/ 5

This is a pretty cool place to visit. There is a marble museum bit, which has some impressive marble runs that you can make work with a button, and a impressive collection of marbles that you can look at, and some massive marbles too. There is also a selection of old marble games/glass bottles and things from the past you can look at that leads to the glass blowers workshop. You can watch the guys making vases and ornaments which is pretty cool. There is lots of handmade glass items that you can buy, they are obviously quite expensive as that's quite a rare thing to find now days. There is a cafe there too, we only had a coffee and scones but they were homemade and delicious! The shop is very big, there is a pick n mix of marbles which is cool, lots of glass/marble related things. There is clothing and accessories in the upstairs part of the shop. There is lots of homeware/gift things. It's a good place to go for a couple of hours.

Bella 26

5 Google Rating

Unique place. Amazing glasswork, good free activity to spend a couple of hours.

5/ 5

Unique place. Amazing glasswork, good free activity to spend a couple of hours.

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