Discover 200 years of pottery produced in Stoke-on-Trent at this interesting museum and see a wonderful collection of Staffordshire figures, relief-moulded stoneware, ebony ware, catering ware, Dudson jasper ware and mosaic.
Stroll around this preserved historic site and trace the history of the oldest surviving family business in the ceramic tableware industry and then explore the old factory courtyard. There are friendly guides on site offering any information and assistance if you should need any further information. And if you are into treasure hunting, there is a Geocache on site, which is in a small magnetic box with a log book, pencil and badge. If you find the cache, log your visit then put the cache back where you found it.
A visit here should take just under an hour and there is a café on site where you can enjoy some delicious home-made food. Afterwards you could visit the gift shop where you will find a wide selection of souvenirs and books.
Opening Times: Monday to Friday 10.00am to 3.00pm.
Costs: Free Admission
Photo Credits: © Dudson Museum
For further information please visit: http://www.dudson.com