Visiting The World of Wedgwood
After a good night’s sleep, we set off after breakfast for a visit to the World of Wedgwood in nearby Barlaston.
Entrance to the World of Wedgwood
The Wedgwood estate stretches for 240 acres with ample free parking in its grounds. The modern buildings have huge willow sculptures near the entrance in the shape of crockery. We planned our arrival for 10.00 a.m. just as the visitor centre was opening and loved the train themed lobby adorned with flowers and Wedgwood tableware.
Railway station themed lobby at the World of Wedgwood
The helpful receptionists welcomed us to Wedgwood and explained where we needed to meet for the factory tour at 10.45 a.m. as well as arranging further activities for later in the day. Tours cost £10 per person and are booked on the day on a first come, first served basis Monday to Friday, so at busy times it’s advisable…
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