As the trend for tea drinking took off in 18th Century, Josiah Wedgwood recognised an opportunity to develop tea ware collections. These proved highly successful amongst royalty and aristocracy, including the Duke and Duchess of Bedford who are celebrated as having established the tradition of afternoon tea as a delightfully English institution.
The Wedgwood Tea room offers a contemporary and indulgent interpretation of afternoon tea, including a delicious selection of sweet and savoury dishes. Visitors to the Wedgwood Tea Room will be spoilt for choice with over fifty of Wedgwood’s finest teas to choose from, served in the finest Wedgwood china of course.
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Leave junction 15 of the M6, follow the A500 to Stoke-on-Trent, take first exit off A500 signposted A34. At roundabout take 3rd exit onto A34 south bound, signposted Stafford. Follow brown and white signs to Wedgwood.
NB: If you are using Satellite Navigation please use ST12 9ER.
If you are travelling via the canal - Bridge 104.
Regular D & G bus service 14 to Barlaston, Wedgwood Drive followed by a 20 minute scenic walk