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Spode Museum Trust Heritage Centre

Elenora Street
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST4 1QQ

Tel: 01782 411421

Spode Museum Trust Heritage Centre

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Cars and Coaches

Follow signs for Stoke & Spode from the A500. There is a pay and display car park opposite the red factory gates on Elenora Street. The first hour of parking is free of charge. Parking on Sunday is free all day. Blue Badge holders can turn in to the red gates and please turn right. You will be able to drive down to the visitor centre and park right outside it on the factory site.  Coaches can stop outside the gates.

Post code for Sat Nav users: ST4 1QQ

Public Transport Directions

By Train: The station is only about a 5 minute walk from the original Spode site. Turn right out of the station, turn right on Glebe Street. Follow the road beneath the railway bridge and over the A500 road bridge. Once over the A500, turn right onto Copeland Street and then left onto Elenora Street.

By Bus: Bus numbers 23 and 23a stop at the Elenora Street opposite the entrance gate

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