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Three Crow Glass Studio

42 Cote de la Fabrique, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 3V7, Canada
+1 418-887-7655
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Lovely glasswork

This was our second time stopping in, and I highly recommend it. The glassworks is beautiful... read more

Reviewed yesterday
via mobile

Great place to see glass blowing and flame work being done. Great selection of glass for sale. Love... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Roz C
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THREE CROW GLASS STUDIO IS MOVING! ​Your favorite glassblowing studio will be up the hill, a hop & a skip away. (behind city hall, a few houses down from Simmons and the german market) ​ Come see the artists at work and visit our shop: ​ Next spring, at 42 Cote de la Fabrique ​ Christina, Jeff and the whole team Witness the magic of traditional glass blowing. From the heart of Old Quebec, Christina Mayr and Jeff Ferrier draw inspiration from their fertile imagination, to create functional and decorative objects that bring beauty and whimsy to your everyday life.
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  • Very good36%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
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42 Cote de la Fabrique, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 3V7, Canada
+1 418-887-7655
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was our second time stopping in, and I highly recommend it. The glassworks is beautiful. Plus you can watch the owners blowing glass in the back of the shop. The staff are friendly, and the space is light and airy. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank ATR34
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great place to see glass blowing and flame work being done. Great selection of glass for sale. Love the flying pigs!!

Thank Roz C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We just loved the work they were doing. It's a small workshop & can get crowded but the craftsmanship is so good, the finished products delicate & beautiful its worth it. We spent time watching them do they're craft & once we'd chosen something to...More

1  Thank sm05060
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A trip to Quebec City is not complete without a trip here fantastic ! Marvel at the already made glass items then watch as they are made right before your eyes! A must see venue!

2  Thank William B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited the shop across from City Hall and were drawn to the colorful glass creations, all made by member artists. One of the artists sat in the window, creating glass pendants using a torch, explaining the process to shoppers. Talking with her was great...More

2  Thank jgot
Reviewed 20 April 2017

It's very interesting to see how these people makes all the glass items. You can see them working with the glass while making some of the most beautiful pieces and you can take home that same piece that they already finnished.

2  Thank kartikmexico
Reviewed 13 April 2017

This shop has fun glass objects, and some jewelry, but no loose beads - my passion. It was nice to look around, though. Make sure that if you are carrying a backpack, you take it off. There's too much work here to risk damage!

2  Thank travveller95
Reviewed 8 January 2017

We stopped in to warm up on what was a very cold day and were pleasantly surprised to see the wide array of beautifully crafted blown glass. Quite interesting to watch the glass-making process.

2  Thank Glenn C
Reviewed 20 December 2016

This is a very interesting mix of a working studio and store for the interesting things made on the premises. When we stopped by, there were 3 artists working simultaneously. It looked like a beautifully choreographed ballet but with burning hot glass at the end...More

2  Thank bratu2k2
Reviewed 12 December 2016

This is a gift boutique but they only sell glass works which they create themselves. There is a wide glass panel that lets you see how these artisans work. The work they do is fantastic so you'll be amazed. Prices are vrey reasonable and you...More

2  Thank Legerwoodman
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Rabiyah H
Hi, Good day! Your shop sounds exciting. I would love to glass blowing. Can I come at anytime or are there scheduled times to see glass blowing? Thanks!
28 August 2016|
Response from awm1 | Reviewed this property |
While we visited the shop two or three times during our trip (in August); they were doing some glass blowing every time we were there. It looks like there can be a maximum of two or three people working on projects at a... More