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Ceramica
Market Place
Burslem

Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire

ST6 3DS | View map
http://www.ceramicauk.com
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Ceramica has been open for more than eighteen months and in that time it has won several awards including the Heart of England Silver Award for

  • Best Visitor Attraction Under 100,000 Visitors 2004
  • and the Group Travel Organiser Award
  • Best New Attraction for Group Visits 2004


  • A visitor attraction for the whole family, located in the heart of the English Potteries. You and your family will have the chance to see, listen and touch as you all explore our interactive activities and displays in 'Bizarreland' which will allow you all to learn how clay is transformed into china. The 'Pavilions' houses specially created video presentations and displays from famous manufacturers including Royal Doulton, Moorcroft and Wade, providing and insight into the art and science of ceramics. There is also a shop that offers many products exclusive to Ceramica.

    Details

    Nearest UK Airport: Manchester
    Months Open: All Year, 7 days 9.30am - 5.00pm
    Sundays and Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm
    Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
    Discount for Groups: Yes - 12+ £2.50
    Admission Price: Adults: £3.75
    Children/Concessions: £2.50
    Family: £10
    Gift Shop: Yes
    Catering: Refreshments

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    Potteries Museum & Art Gallery (0.75 miles)

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    Moorcroft (0.97 miles)

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