Your culture attendant: things to do in Eccleshall

A THING TO DO TODAY

ECCLESHALL
Price: £10 (adult)
Time: 1-3 hours
The world-famous Wedgwood Factory, on Wedgwood Road in Barlaston, has regular tours each weekday between 10am and 3pm. Go along and see how the company's skilful potters create their renowned ceramic wonders - plus, explore the three centuries of the company's products, from tea sets to royal commissions, in the museum.
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ECCLESHALL
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