Seeing is Believing !
We encourage you to visit our studio/showroom. Find out for yourself why many say that the Pompei showroom contains the most extensive display of stained glass window treatments in the New England region.
Pompei Glass Showroom Hours
Summer Hours :Monday through Friday 10 am to 3 pm
Saturdays & other days by Appointment*
* Open for Western Avenue Studios First Saturday Open Studios -Noon to 5 monthly
COVID-19 UPDATE: Customers may now visit our studio. We ask that you wear a mask or face covering.
Free Parking and Wheelchair Accessible
The Pompei Glass Studio is located in the Western Avenue Studios art complex in Lowell Massachusetts.
Our address is 122 Western Avenue, Studio A416, Lowell, MA 01851
With 245 artists studios, 50 artists lofts and over 300 artists, Western Avenue Studios is now the largest artist colony in the United States .
OPEN STUDIOS ! Pompei Stained Glass, along with over 100 other artists, participate in all Western Avenue Open Studios events which occur on the 1st Saturday of every month from noon to 5 P.M. Holiday Open Studios occurs the first two weekends in December (both Saturday & Sunday). Free admittance and parking. On site is Navigation Brewing Co, with food truck, artists demonstrations and thousands of pieces of art to see. Come see where art is made.
Directions to Our Studio
Take Route 3 North to the Lowell Connector. Travel a couple of miles and take Exit 5B (Thorndike Street). Merge onto Thorndike Street (Route 3A), but stay in the right lane. After the third set of lights take the ramp on the right (you’ll see a blue RMV sign) and stay in the left lane. At the second set of lights at the top of the ramp, turn left onto Middlesex Street (not marked) which bears to the right just after the Boys and Girls Club. Follow to the first set of lights, which is School Street. Turn right on School Street. At the crest of the hill, turn right onto Western Avenue. Western Avenue Studios is the five-story red brick building on the right and the three-story building on the left (the buildings form an “L”) at the end of Western Avenue.