Hi! The weekend is back How about visiting Stoke on Trent? Did you know that Stoke on Trent is famous from its ceramic collection? Why not to see the exemplars in the Gladstone Pottery Museum – in a former potbank – in Longton? The Longton collection is considered as the industrial heritage, thus, worth seeing.
From London, if you go via Milton Keynes, Northampton and Loughborough, it will take app. 158 miles of a taxi journey, pretty far.But… it offers a wonderful opportunity to visit other places on the way, for example: Watford, Luton, Leicester or Burton upon Trent.
If you travel from Gatwick arena e.g. Redhill, then you will have to be ready for a 192 miles minicab drive. That adventure will be the cheapest if you go with a group of people and reserve a minibus. There are often city tours, especially in the spring-summer periods offered by taxi companies, worth googling out what is available on the market.
To find more information on the Gladstone Pottery Museum please visit their website: http://www.stokemuseums.org.uk/visit/gpm/