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If you're interested in the decorative arts, tile-making, or industrial history etc, then this museum is definitely worth a visit. It's really well presented, with lots of different galleries thoughtfully displayed in original factory buildings. It feels authoritative without being stuffy and there are some...More
Two quick moans, parking charges (see my Blists Hill review), and why did we have to go and dig out someone to open up more than ten minutes after the advertised opening time.
Now this place is interesting if you are into tiles and/or art...More
Hidden away in Shropshire this small but beautiful museum is a great way to wile away a few hours. Discover the history of Shropshire’s tile and influence. Lots to look at, plenty of crafting activities to do as well for your budding artists ! Part...More
Don’t rely on SatNav to take you to this museum, ours took us to a Wesleyan Church half a mile away. Not as interesting as the China Museum but it shows that one can make other items out of clay rather than china.
I found this small museum much more interesting than expected. One forgets how universally tiles were (and are) used. Highlights included the tile frieze rescued from a Ripon (North Yorkshire) butcher's and a mock-up of Covent Garden's Tube station. Plenty of stunning historical designs to...More
The tile museum seemed a good choice to spend an hour out of the rain at the Ironbridge site. We expected a couple of rooms of tiles, instead we found a big, informative and interesting museum displaying thousands of tiles of all shapes, colours, styles...More
With a passport to visit all the Ironbridge sites, a visit to the Tile Museum is a must, however I don't think it's worth the one trip price (£9 or £8.10 for an OAP). Some of the displays, particular the panels such as the Shakespeare...More