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We called in & spent an interesting couple of hours looking at the history of Coalport China and seeing the firing furnaces. The cafe was on reduced opening hours/days-luckily it open when we visited & the food was excellent.
Cars, aeroplanes, transport, weaponry, even trams and trolley-busses, that's what interests me, not a bunch of old china, made for a bunch of moneyed toffs! Curses!! Wrong!! An outstanding museum about the production of fine china over the past 250 years, and although there are...More
Thank Dafydd M
Ironbridge-Museum, Guest Relations Manager at Coalport China Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Thank you so much for your great review.
We were delighted to read that you had such an enjoyable experience at Coalport China Museum.
Thank you once again for your wonderful comments.
The best museum we've been to so far, could of easily spent abothee hour or so here but has other arrangements. Very informed and friendly lady in the workshop, kids enjoyed painting a China pumpkin. Glass blowing was interesting and the displays were great.
The canal finishes at the museum. The scale of the factory is appreciated when you view the youth hostel that is now in part of the former China factory. The boards explaining the kilns and how they were used is very interesting. There are also...More
Well worth a visit seeing how the China is made and the history of Coalport. Worth getting a passport if you intend to visit other places in Ironbridge and if you are a member of English Heritage let them know she you pay as you...More