Wedgwood Museum and Visitor Centre

Wedgwood Museum and Visitor Centre
Wedgwood Drive
Stoke on Trent
ST12 9ER




01782 371900


01782 371901

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The Wedgwood Museum contains the world's greatest collection of Wedgwood ceramics, ranging from a unique collection of Josiah Wedgwood's original trials for the perfection of Queen's Ware, later delivered in the form of a 900+ piece dinner service to Catherine the Great of Russia in 1774, to a rare 5 foot high Exhibition Vase, decorated by Emile Lessore, the only one of its kind in Britain.

The entire collection of this museum is a Designated Collection of national importance.

Venue Type:

Museum, Archive, Gallery

Opening hours

Mon - Fri 9.00-17.00
Sat and Sun 10.00-17.00

Closed: The Wedgwood Museum is open every day - except 24 December 2008 to 1 January inclusive.

Admission charges

Single adult: £6.00
Child (5-16 years old): £4.50
Children under 5 Free
Family ticket (2 adults and up to 4 children): £18.00
Concessions (over 60s, students on production of a valid NUS or International Student Identity card): £5.00
Essential carers are admitted free of charge with the purchase of a single adult or child ticket.

You can purchase tickets for the Wedgwood Museum only or a joint ticket which includes access to the Visitor Centre.


  • Museums Association
  • English Heritage

The entire collection of the Wedgwood Museum is a Designated Collection of national importance.

The holdings of the Wedgwood Museum contain Wedgwood ceramic and related manufacturing objects, together with manuscripts and paintings.

Collection details

Fine Art, Decorative and Applied Art

Key artists and exhibits

  • Designated Collection