VISITING STOKE ON TRENT

The Potteries and North Staffordshire beyond is an area rooted in creativity and craftsmanship where you’ll discover a wealth of rich heritage, culture and a resurgent ceramics industry. Made up of six towns, Stoke-on-Trent is famous world-wide for the quality and beauty of the fine bone china and earthenware pottery produced here and there’s lots more to see and do.

For more information go to www.visitstoke.co.uk

Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

Visit the internationally acclaimed ceramics collection plus engaging fine art, archaeology, community and natural history galleries. Also home to the Anglo Saxon Staffordshire Hoard and Spitfire Gallery in honour of Stoke born designer R J Mitchell.

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WEDGWOOD FACTORY

The ultimate Wedgwood experience is now open at the World of Wedgwood.

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MIDDLEPORT POTTERY

Middleport Pottery, the home of world-famous Burleigh, is now an exciting visitor destination in the heart of Burslem, the Mother Town of the Potteries, following a stunning £9million restoration by The Prince’s Regeneration Trust.

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Bethesda Chapel

The historic “Cathedral of the Potteries” a magnificent Methodist chapel saved from dereliction and now being restored.

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Ford Green Hall

An atmospheric Stuart period manor house in the heart of the city with a lively events programme, garden and tea room.

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Biddulph Grange Garden

Delightful Victorian garden managed by the National Trust that takes visitors on a global journey.

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Regent Theatre and Victoria Hall

Historic theatre and concert hall featuring broad programme of musicals, ballet, drama, classical concerts, comedy and talks.

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Explore the canals

Take a tour on water of the Trent & Mersey Canal and Caldon Canals that trace the roots of the city and branch out into stunning countryside. Visit the Canals & Rivers Trust for more information.

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