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Make The Most of Your Visit

To our Gallery & Studio

5 minutes from The Shard

On Vibrant Bermondsey Street

Photo by David Iliff

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SE1: A Foodie's Delight

With Borough & Maltby Street Markets

Photo by David Iliff

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An Artistic Hub

From The Fashion & Textile Museum To The White Cube

Fashion & Textile Museum

One of Bermondsey Street's many highlights. Image courtesy FTM.

Incredible Restaurants

The finest tastes from around the globe


A critically acclaimed authentic taste of Spain.

One of Bermondsey Street's exceptional dining experiences.

Everything you need to know

The Basics

62-66 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD
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Opening Hours:
Gallery: Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm

Glassblowing Studio: Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm (breaking for lunch from 1pm-2pm)

We are open Sundays 11am-5pm at specific points during the year for our Spring, Summer & Winter ‘Open House’ events. Please check our What’s On page for individual event details.

Please note that we are closed on bank holidays (glassblowers need a rest just like everyone else!)

Transport by car:
You may wish to consult Transport for London on your journey.

Nearest Tube:
London Bridge (Underground & National Rail).
Owing to the rebuilding of London Bridge National Rail station until 2018, we recommend checking your route via the TFL website or clicking the banner below.


Watching the Glassblowing:

Visitors can watch the glassblowing in our studio. Please note that there is limited glassblowing between approximately 1-2pm for lunch and the artists generally stop around 4.30pm. Admission is free. Owing to limited space in the viewing area, we are unable to accommodate groups on an ad hoc basis – for information about group viewings, please visit The Studio page to learn more.

To learn about our exhibition schedule, please visit the What’s On page.

Bermondsey Street

We are fortunate to be based on vibrant Bermondsey Street, which is becoming the arts hot-spot of SE1, featuring internationally renowned galleries such as White Cube, Fashion & Textile Museum, Vitrine Gallery and Eames Fine Art, as well as a host of independent galleries and artists’ studios.

As well as art and craft, the Bermondsey Street area is also a huge draw for tourists looking to experience the history and legacy which saw it earn the nickname of ‘London’s larder’ back in the 19th century. Today the wharfs, warehouses and railway arches are hives of activity, producing and selling artisan food and drink of great character and distinction. Bermondsey Street itself is blessed with some exceptional restaurants, bars and coffee shops. For one of the best French dining experiences outside of Paris, try Casse-Croûte, or for stunning Spanish Tapas visit José – both personally recommended by Peter himself! Two new favourites are Santo Remedio for incredible Mexican tapas, or edgy cocktail bar Nine Lives for great sipping in a very cool setting. 

On Saturdays, the area is blessed with three exceptional food markets – (Borough Market, Druid Street Market and Maltby Street’s Ropewalk), which are hugely popular attractions for tourists and locals alike, who get the opportunity to enjoy the freshly roasted coffee, sublime sourdough and the famous hops from Bermondsey’s very own ‘Beer Mile’ of six microbreweries.

Any Questions?

Send us an email or give us a call, we’ll be happy to help.


+44 (0)207 403 2800

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