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The online catalogue does not include details of all our collections. Contact us for further information on collections not yet featured online.

Key Stage 2 Workshops

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Clay Portrait Heads (KS1/2) Discover sculpture in our art gallery. Draw a friend and investigate the properties of clay by sculpting a portrait. Bones and Skeletons (KS2) Compare skeletons and examine bones. Find out about the boneless wonders of the animal kingdom, including our (dead) tarantula! Up to two hours. Rock Science (KS2) Discover how […]

Key Stage 1 Workshops

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Animal Pots (Foundation/KS1) Study the creatures in the Ceramics Gallery, including the Minton Peacock. Make a clay container with an animal inside. Performing Puppets (Foundation/KS1) Explore a variety of puppets from our collection. Design and make a stick puppet with moving arms and legs. Toys from the Past (Foundation/KS1) What sort of toys did your […]

Foundation Stage Workshops

29/09/201710:1405/02/2020 09:30

Animal Pots (Foundation/KS1) Study the creatures in the Ceramics Gallery, including the Minton Peacock. Make a clay container with an animal inside. Performing Puppets (Foundation/KS1) Explore a variety of puppets from our collection. Design and make a stick puppet with moving arms and legs. Toys from the Past (Foundation/KS1) What sort of toys did your […]

Planning your Visit

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Following the government’s latest announcement on local coronavirus restrictions, the museum will be temporarily closed until further notice and school visits will not be running. If you wish to enquire about making a school booking in 2021 please contact stoke.gov.uk Educational Visit Information Covid-19 Risk Assessment (PDF) Covid-19 Method Statement (PDF) Workshops Risk Assessment (PDF) […]

Real World Science

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Real World Science workshops are hands on, investigative science sessions developed in partnership with the Natural History Museum.  They enrich the normal school curriculum, offering access to museum collections not normally on display. Sessions have practical elements, develop scientific skills and introduce problems encountered by working scientists. Students are encouraged to question and hypothesise, to […]

Foyer Shop

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Our retail shop stocks a wide range of wonderful items exclusive to the museum including ceramics, jewellery books and stationary. Browse unique gifts inspired by our collections including the Staffordshire Hoard, Ceramics and of course our brand new Spitfire Gallery. Reflecting the city’s industrial heritage, our shop also features a wide range of studio pottery […]

Café

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Situated adjacent to our new Spitfire Gallery, the refurbished café offers a range of hot and cold beverages and a lite bite menu, including freshly made sandwiches, homemade soup and a range of delicious cakes, scones and biscuits. See the Menu With glass panels dividing the gallery from the café and a new outside terrace […]

Potted Histories – The Thomas Edward Vase

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In 2016  the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery acquired this fine lustre vase painted with the coat of arms of Burslem town Council and a procession of winged pottery workers beneath bottle ovens. It is inscribed on one side ‘Thomas Edwards, Mayor 1908-09’, and under the base ‘To Thomas Edwards from William Burton 1908’. Thomas Edwards […]

Welcome to The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

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The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery is part of Stoke-on-Trent Museums Service. The museums service was established in 1911 with the Federation of the six towns of Stoke-on-Trent. The largest museum in the service, the Hanley Museum & Art Gallery, became the Stoke-on-Trent City Museum & Art Gallery when it moved to new premises in […]

Support Us

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Did you know you can raise money for charities while shopping at Amazon, at no extra cost to you? Simply shop through smile.amazon.co.uk, and set ‘Friends Of The Potteries Museum And Art Gallery, Stoke On Trent’ as your supported charity to help raise money to support exhibitions and the care and development of our collections.