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A THING TO DO TODAY

KINGSTEIGNTON
Price: Free
Time: 30 mins - 2 hours
The art of glassblowing and glass manufacturing has been practiced for millennia. Go along to the Glass Museum at the House of Marbles for historic examples of the glassmakers art, real glassmaker demonstrations between 10am and 3pm today, and of course lots and lots of marbles. Explore it all at the House of Marbles on Pottery Road, Bovey Tracey.
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