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Had a lovely time wondering round. In origional building which added to the experience. Seconds shop was shut on the Sunday which would have been nice to see and no fridge magnets on sale. A reoccurring thing we found throughout Ironbridge strangely.
Who would have thought tiles could be so interesting. Great place to explore the history of tile making and their design. The museum was well set out with a great cafe, very tempting gift and seconds shop and friendly, helpful staff.
We spent a lovely 3-4 hours visiting the Jackfield Tile Museum. After about 40 minutes looking at the whole host of impressive tiles on show in the museum (easy to spend so much more time here) we decided to head over to the tile painting...More
Found the museum more interesting than I expected, and the exhibits are well thought out. It would have been good to have more interactive exhibits, but perhaps visiting on a Sunday morning wasn't the best timing! Worth going in the week when the resident artists...More
Didn't know what to expect but the museum was far more interesting than we thought it would be. Very interesting to find out about the history of tiles in the area. The John Scott exhibition was incredible - amazing what one person had managed to...More
An interesting museum with some beautiful examples of how people use to tile their homes/work places. Their are some old tiles/mosaics and the private collection of a life long collector. Nice to see but does not talk long to look around.
Wrong, wrong and thrice wrong!!! I thought I had no interest in tiles, but about 2 hours later I was proven totally, absolutely, completely and 100% wrong. The place is utterly fascinating, with artwork and craftsmanship that is unbelievable, but yet it happened. There are...More
Jackfield was the tile production capital of the world in the 18th century producing not only the highest volume of decorative tiles, using an innovative range of industrial techniques, but also tiles that were second to none in terms of quality and design. Great to...More
Do not miss the opportunity to visit this extraordinary museum dedicated to the Art and History of tile manufacture. Situated in the beautiful Ironbridge Gorge, the Jackfield Factory is the home of British tile making. The donation of a breathtaking collection of tiles by a...More