GLADSTONE WORKING POTTERY MUSEUM
Uttuxeter Road, Longton, Stoke on Trent, ST3 1PQ. Tel 01782 319232

A restored Victorian pottery factory from the days of coal-fired bottle ovens. Visitors can try their hand at making a pot on a potters wheel or making or painting china flowers. Learn about the history and skills of the pottery industry and workers. Gift shop and cafe on site.
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A word from the management....
Gladstone is an excellent day out for the whole family with lots of opportunities to get your hands on the potteries. Allow at least 1.5 hours for the visit.

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By road - from M6 follow A500 and take A50 to Longton. Rail links - Stoke station (link bus service) Longton station (check for service details) Gladstone has plenty of free parking.

Daily 10.00am - 5.00pm (last admission at 4.00pm)

Approximately 80% of the site is accessible to visitors with disabilities. A ramp, lift and disabled toilet are all available. Concessions available.

Adult £3.75; Child £2.25; Family £10.00

Concessions - Adult £2.75; Senior Citizen £1.50; Child £1.50

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