Gladstone Pottery Museum
Gladstone Temporary Closure
Gladstone Pottery Museum will be closed to the public from Wednesday 1st September until mid-November. During the temporary closure for a site project the museum, café and shop will not be able to accommodate visitors.
We apologise for the inconvenience and look forward to welcoming visitors to the museum in person again later in the year.
It will still be possible to engage with Gladstone digitally and virtual visits can be enjoyed via the museum website www.stokemuseums.org.uk The website has a wide range of resources for all ages to enjoy, from games and puzzles to colouring sheets, demonstration videos and learning resources.
During the closure the Gladstone Shop will continue to operate its popular mail order and call and collect services. By browsing featured products on the museum website www.stokemuseums.org.uk/gpm/shop and calling the shop on 01782 237777, shoppers can choose from a wide range of gifts, books and ceramics, many made and decorated at Gladstone.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Gladstone Pottery Museum
- ST3 1PQ
Almost all of the Gladstone site is accessible to wheelchairs and we have a full Access Statement available to download - you can find the link at the bottom of the Gladstone webpage.
- Our admission costs are: Adults: £7.75 Children: £5.40 (4 – 16 years inclusive) Concessions: £6.20 Family Ticket: £23 (2 adults, 2 children) Essential carers are free. The Gladstone Annual Pass is great value at less than the price of two visits for the whole year. Passes cost £11.50 for adults and £9.50 for children/concessions and entitle the user to free entry for 12 months. Full time essential carers are admitted free of charge.
- Referral Details
Gladstone’s Annual Pass provides outstanding value if you plan on visiting the museum more than once. Adult passes cost £11 each – children and concessions £9.25 each – and entitle the user to free entry for 12 months.