The Stained Glass Museum offers unique and inspirational learning experiences that enhance and extend learning for students of all ages and abilities.
For schools, our workshops provide meaningful opportunities to explore the National Curriculum through active, out-of-classroom activities inspired by a truly unique museum collection.
Other learning groups can visit us for a self-guided session, or choose from one of our range of facilitated workshops. Please see the links below.
Bookings and enquiries can be made with the Learning Officer by telephone on 01353 6603047 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Schools - Visit Information and Bookings
Other Educational Groups
Tuesday - Saturday: 10:30 - 15:30
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Thu, 22 Oct Portraiture in Victorian Stained Glass - Online lecture (webinar)
This lecture will explore the significance of this phenomenon photographic portraiture in Victorian stained glass.details...
Fri, 23 Oct Ely's first Window Wanderland
Calling all Residents of Ely – have fun by making an illuminated window display in your home and help us create Ely’s first Window Wanderland!details...
Wed, 28 Oct Conserving stained glass in the digital age - Leonie Séliger
“In the mind’s eye" - restoring historic stained glass in the digital age. Could we, and should we? - Online lecture (webinar) Online lecture (webinar) with Léonie Seliger, Director of the Stained Glass Conservation Department (Cathedral Studio), Canterbury Cathedral.details...
Sat, 31 Oct Copper Foiling Workshop
A copper foiling workshop with the artists Claire Hart and Tracy Chamberlaindetails...
Wed, 04 Nov In the Light of Modernity - Mel Howse Online lecture (webinar)
Online webinar with award-winning artist Mel Howsedetails...
Sat, 07 Nov Leading & Glazing Workshop
A leading & glazing workshop with the artist Claire Hartdetails...