The Glenbow Museum > Visiting > Glenbow Museum Shop

By: Glenbow Museum  06-Dec-2011

Shop Glenbow

Visit the Glenbow Museum Shop for unique gift ideas or mementos of your favourite Glenbow exhibitions. The shop is full of treasures: hand-crafted jewellery, distinctive home decor accessories, specialty books and unique toys. And when you buy a gift (whether it's for yourself or someone else) from Glenbow, you're making a gift to Glenbow - all profits from the shop directly support Glenbow Museum operations.

Featured Products

Everything Animation
After checking out in the Glenbow galleries, animation fans will find plenty of things to get excited about in the shop too. In addition to the exhibition catalogue, we've got books by and about famous animators and studios, DIY animation kits and many other cool toys and collectibles to animate your life.

Bee Kingdom Glassware
Fine handmade glass art from Calgary's Bee Kingdom Glass Collective ( ranges in price from $50-$1,100. The artworks include glass sculptures, vases, paper weights and blown-glass rocket sculptures, like the one owned by Elton John!

Pop-Up Books

These intricate graphic novel-style pop-up books will capture your imagination by bringing classic stories to 3-D life. Titles include adventures like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and The Oddessy.

Shop Hours

Monday - Saturday: 10 am - 5:30 pm Sunday: 12 pm to 5:30 pm

Open until 8:00pm on Fridays until December 23 Glenbow Museum Shop

Stephen Avenue Walk (8th Avenue and 1st Street SE) Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Tel: 403-268-4119

Fax: 403-262-4045

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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