The Ceramics Trail Experience




Once you’ve discovered the skills and learned about the techniques, why not try out some of the ceramic skills for yourself? Stoke-on-Trent has brilliant hands-on opportunities available.


Throw a pot, paint a plate or mug, or have a go at turning, lithography, or ornamenting at the World of Wedgwood.


At Emma Bridgewater, choose a classic piece of Emma Bridgewater’s pottery and design and make a masterpiece of your own with the guidance of expert helpers.


Visitors to Gladstone Pottery Museum can take away a real souvenir of their visit by having a go at throwing a pot, making a bone china flower or decorating a piece of pottery.


The Ceramic Café at Royal Stafford is a place where you can create your own unique and colourful piece of tableware or giftware. There are a wide range of pieces to choose from including Plates, Cups, Mugs, Bowls, Teapots, Clowns and Teddy Bear Figurines.


All of these venues will glaze and fire your unique masterpiece and will post it out to you!

The Ceramics Trail