Bilston Craft Gallery

Contemporary craft exhibitions and displays of historic items created by skilled makers, plus events for all ages.

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Tuesday & Thursday: 10am - 4pm
Wednesday: 10am - 7pm
Friday: 10am – 1pm
Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Closed Bank Holidays
Admission free
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Mount Pleasant
West Midlands
WV14 7LU
01902 552507

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Bilston Craft Gallery’s lively programme of changing exhibitions features the best of contemporary ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, metal, woodwork and more.

Explore 300 years of craft through fine historic examples of applied arts produced in the Black Country in our Craftsense gallery, including the famous Bilston enamels. Compare and contrast these with exciting new works by some of the UK’s leading contemporary craft makers – many of which you can touch!

The Gallery offers lots of opportunities for all ages to get involved with handling objects, creative workshops for adults and children, seasonal events and Craftplay – our specialist early years creative play programme for 0-7 year olds.

Find a unique gift or card from the handmade ranges in the shop. Self-service drinks and light snacks are available to purchase, or why not enjoy a picnic in the garden?

Bilston Craft Gallery

  • Small carafe and tumblers, Lindean Mill Glass.
Photo: A. Sandstrom

    A Glass Act

    Bilston Craft Gallery
    28 June 2014 - 30 August 2014

    A Glass Act celebrates the diversity and relevance of contemporary glass tableware and features numerous functional objects for domestic use from the everyday glass tumbler through to intricate candelabras and everything in between.

  • Selection of Phoenix Glass © Bilston Craft Gallery

    Phoenix: The Story of the Heat Resisting Glass Company

    Bilston Craft Gallery
    28 June 2014 - 30 August 2014

    This exhibition celebrates the Bilston-based company Phoenix, which was set up in the 1930s. Although the company no longer exists, the domestic wares it produced such as gravy boats and casserole dishes can still be found in many homes.

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