Browsing local shops within 8 miles of Gladstone Pottery Museum
Water World is the UK's number one Tropical Indoor Aqua Park. It is built around a wave pool with slides, rides, flumes and features available. There is plenty to do for all ages, weak and strong swimmers. We are open all year round.
Britannia Stadium, Stanley Matthews Way, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4EG, Tel: 0871 663 2007, Email
Stoke City clinched promotion to the Premier League by finishing as 2007/08 runners up in the Football League Championship. Now as an established Premiership team, 'The Potters' are regular hosts to some of the biggest names in football.
Kilnworx, Staffordshire's newest and largest indoor climbing centre with over 105 routes equipped for top rope, lead & sport climbing, complete with traversing wall, abseil stations and slackline. Ideal for beginners and advanced climbers.
Local authority leisure centre, with facilities consisting of leisure pool with inter-active water play features, cafe bar, children's indoor play tower, party room, sports hall and sensory room for children with disabilities.
Spa Hotel Resort - 10 luxury bedroom suites, fine dining restaurant (winner of Restaurant of the Year 2009 (European Influence)) , spa therapy suite, hair salon, pool area with latest hydro spa plus steam sauna and high tech fitness suite.
Fenton Manor Sports Complex is the principal sport, leisure and events venue between Manchester and Birmingham, located in Stoke-on-Trent. Indoor sports arenas, international events venue, leisure club, sports therapy and more.
From Runcorn - Shardlow, ST15 8YP, Tel:
The Trent & Mersey Canal is a vital part of the network’s heritage, the ambitious project of the great canal engineer James Brindley. It is full of interesting features that reflect its history, including Harecastle Tunnel.
Stoke-on-Trent to Froghall Wharf, Staffordshire, ST10 2HQ, Tel: , www.waterwaysleisure.com/waterway/caldon-canal/
Built in 1776, the Caldon Canal is widely seen as one of the most interesting waterways in the country. Very much a canal of contrasts, it begins in the centre of the Potteries passing through remote countryside and the Churnet Valley.