Welcome to Stoke-on-Trent, a charming regional town located in Staffordshire.
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Stoke has plenty of attractions to explore, including arts and crafts, events, shopping and more.
If you’re just visiting the area, you may not know that Stoke is also recognised as the World Capital of Ceramics. With a strong history of excellence in this beautiful craft and plenty of exciting local artists exhibiting their work, it is well worth taking time to explore the many museums, galleries and factories in the area.
There are two award-winning museums to check out, both managed by the Stoke-on-Trent City Council. The Potteries is the place to be if you want to learn all about the history of the craft in Stoke. It also features the largest collection of Staffordshire ceramics you’ll see anywhere.
The Gladstone Pottery Museum is more of a ‘working museum’ that comes complete with workshops where you can test your own skills in ceramics.
Take a tour of the factories in the area to see artisans making the crafts by hand, or follow the Ceramics Trail to make your own way throughout the many attractions in the region.
The Stoke-on-Trent region is also home to the Trentham Gardens and the Trentham Monkey Forest, where 140 monkeys have free reign over 60 acres of woodland. You can take a walk through the greenery right into the monkeys’ home, and you may even catch a feeding if you’re lucky.
There are plenty of markets operating throughout the year, should you wish to grab a unique gift or get a better deal on food and drinks. Over five million visitors flock to the Stoke-on-Trent markets each year.
The Stoke indoor market is located on South Wolfe Street and is open from 9am to 5pm every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.