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The Dudson Museum

The Dudson Museum

Discover the 200 year history of the oldest surviving family business in the ceramic tableware industry. Explore the original Dudson factory courtyard and bottle oven, housing a wonderful collection of Dudson pottery.

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Tamworth Castle

900 Years of History and a Great Day Out A visit to Tamworth Castle takes you back in time and offers a perfect blend of fascinating history, regular live entertainment events and a stunningly complete building.

Tamworth Assembly Rooms

Tamworth Assembly Rooms

Tamworth Assembly Rooms is the premier entertainments venue in Tamworth and host to a wide variety of events. The multi purpose venue currently hosts a full season of professional programmed events for all tastes.

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Sugnall Walled Garden

Sugnall walled kitchen garden makes its own jams, chutneys, soup, etc. Several venues for events and facilities for groups and school parties. Offers snowdrop walks in February, bluebell walks in May, and Easter to end September access to the garden (£2). Access to tea room, shop, and plant sales is free. Monthly Farmers Markets on the second Sunday. www.sugnall.co.uk.

Stoke-on-Trent TIC

Stoke-on-Trent Tourist Information Centre

The Tourist Information Centre can provide information on all aspects of your visit to Stoke-on-Trent, from pottery attractions to accommodation, souvenirs to publications, train tickets to theatre tickets and much more.

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Stoke Minster

The Minster Church of St Peter ad Vincula is of Anglo-Saxon origins, and was probably founded about the time the Saxon Hoard was buried. In the grounds the base of the carved stone cross can still be seen which marked this site as a 'Stoke' - a 'Holy Place'. There are links with the industrial heritage of city and memorials to Wedgwood, Spode and other famous potters can be found in the church. The cross, from the Czech Republic, was given by the family of Sir Stanley Matthew after his funeral here in 2000.

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

The Wolseley Centre caters for all ages and abilities. It has a self-guided nature trail, Visitor Centre with display, sales and refreshments.

Staffordshire Regiment Museum

Staffordshire Regiment Museum

The museum tells the story of the soldiers of Staffordshire Regiment and its predecessors. Exhibits include vehicles, weaponry and memorabilia.

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre

Modern, purpose-built facility in the middle of town run by the borough council. It's set in a modern-gothic style building, but has all the modern conveniences; actors, singers and theatre-goers love its real sense of comfort.

Stafford Castle and Visitor Centre

Stafford Castle and Visitor Centre

Discover 900 years of history. Originally a Motte and Bailey castle, the stone keep was destroyed during the Civil War.