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Gaze into glass in Accrington.

colourfulglass - Gaze into glass in Accrington. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
One of the largest collections of Tiffany glass - famed American glass from the turn of the 20th Century, but inspired by the ancient and medieval worlds - is on display at the Haworth Art Gallery, on Manchester Road in Accrington town centre. With almost every type of glass produced on display, visit from 12 noon today and see extraordinary patterns and shapes in a variety of vessels.
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OSWALDTWISTLE
LANCASHIRE
53.74195, -2.39993


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Sunset: 19:31
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