|Sat 18 Mar - Sun 27 Aug||Ann Sutton: On the Grid|
|Sat 18 Feb - Sun 2 Jul||Arnold Bennett: In Life and Art|
|Sat 26 Nov - Sun 26 Mar||The History of Etruria; Factories and Festivals|
|Sun 26 Mar||Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea|
|Sat 1 Apr||CSI - The Science of the Great War|
|Fri 7 Apr||Captain Stingrays Groove Machine|
Discover our Staffordshire Hoard display along with the history of the Potteries, including the world’s greatest collection of Staffordshire ceramics. See a Spitfire in the home city of its designer, Reginald Mitchell. Relax at the museum café or browse the Foyer Shop for unique quality gifts. Follow children’s trails and enjoy drop-in activities and special events. New for 2015 will be a replica World War One trench to commemorate the centenary of the Great War. Plan your visit at stoke.gov.uk/museum.
The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest ever find of Anglo-Saxon treasure, worth over £3 million. Explore the history of the Potteries, including the world's greatest collection of Staffordshire Ceramics. The museum also has regular changing exhibitions. Relax at the Cafe Museum or browse the Foyer Shop for unique quality gifts. Follow children's trails and enjoy drop in activities.
The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery is also home to Ozzy the famous pottery owl and Reginald Mitchell's World War 2 Mark XV1 Spitfire.
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From the M6, exit at junction 15 or 16 and take the A500 to Stoke-on-Trent. Follow the signs for the City Centre, Cultural Quarter, and The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery.
23, 23A every 10 minutes.
24 & 24A every 30 minutes.
25 every 10 minutes.
Nearest car parks are Lichfield Street and John Street Multi Storey. More car parking is available on Meigh Street Multi Storey.
: 2 km from Stoke-on-Trent station