Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Travel back in time and discover the history of the Potteries and of Staffordshire.
See the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found on display, plus the world's finest collection of Staffordshire ceramics, Reginald Mitchell's WW2 Spitfire, Ozzy the famous pottery owl and all sorts of art and craft.
It's fun for artistic or curious minds of all ages to see the unique collection of works of art housed here including Picasso, Degas and Durer plus national touring shows. Enjoy our changing exhibition programme: including family friendly exhibitions and activities throughout the summer holidays and take time out to enjoy a light lunch in our Cafe Museum or browse in The Foyer shop.
Well worth picking up some air dry clay or Femo in advance so you can let the kids express their inspiration at home after the visit. A hundred years from now their pot could be in there too!
Cafe Museum and Picnic Area available.
Healthy, vegetarian and vegan choices all available.
Our welcoming and comprehensive Foyer shop sells craft and art items, items related to our collections, local souvenirs, books and more.
Disabled Toilets and Baby Changing Room provided.
Baby food and milk warming is available on request.
M6 Junction 15 > A500 > A50 > follow signs for Cultural Quarter/City Centre > follow signs for Potteries Museum. Stoke Railway Station (15 minutes walk) Hanley Bus Station (5 minutes walk)
Stoke on Trent
Telephone: 01782 232323
Free admission to all! Opening Times: 2016 Opening Details:
Monday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 2pm to 5pm.
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