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You are supposed to get round in an hour and a half - it took us 4!! It was so interesting and well laid out. You learn as much about the history and culture of the area as you do about tiles. There is something...More
A great display of historic tiles, the history of their production on this site and their uses. A few interactive displays for the children. Tile painting workshop on a Tuesday, but you must arrive before 2pm. We were disappointed to miss it. Good to see...More
The London Underground stations were all "tiled" and part of the display of tiles has the "London Underground" with all its noise; absolutely brilliant.
It is some years since I was last here and the visitor reception area is much improved & includes a refreshment...More
It's interesting for those who like history. They also have a workshop in which you can make a tile of your own. That is an experience in itself and makes you realise the skills involved for those who worked and hand painted tiles in the...More
I knew of tile manufacture in this area, but did not realise how much had been produced, nor how many manufacturers set up business here. Some tile manufacturing is still carried on, but not at bargain prices.
You need to allow several hours to appreciate...More
Lots and Lots of Tiles and very little else, we thought it was a museum of tile making but if you don't like looking at tiles there is very little else to see here. Once again this museum could do with more information on the...More
There are lots of tiles. Lots and lots of tiles. I'm afraid that I can apparently only take so many tiles before I start to go cross eyed.
That said, if you like tiles it is fab. The history of tiles and tile patterns and...More