Gladstone Pottery Museum (Stoke-on-Trent) Reviews
Description:A unique working museum allowing visitors to see how 19th century potters worked. Uttoxeter Road, Longton, ... more
Newest Review: ... prices before you go. Once inside the building you will have to pass through the shop to get to the payment counter, don't be tempted to buy when you enter otherwise you'll end up carrying them round all day. When you've paid you are given a tour sheet which is floor plan of the museum with each room numbered. This being so that as you start to m ... more
Customer Gladstone Pottery Museum (Stoke-on-Trent) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/03/02, updated on 17/10/02 (Very useful, 705 readings)
Its Saturday and I want to do something else, but where can we go. I know says wifey, wheres that brochure on Stoke On Trent we'll go to one of the potteries, but which one, there are so many in Stoke. After much discussion we ended up at Gladstone pottery museum. Why I hear you ask, well after looking at all the information on lots of the other potteries, we decided that we wanted to visit somewhere that depicted life in the potteries in the last century, what it would be like to work in a 19th century pottery and what conditions the people of the time had to endure. So off we go to Stoke, luckily its only 35 miles from our house ... Read the complete review
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