The 2023 British Ceramics Biennial has now ended. Thank you to everyone who visited!
Plan your visit
Everything you need to know about visiting including opening times, accessibility at venues, travel, parking and suggested routes.
Half term at the British Ceramics Biennial
Parents, grandparents, and carers – looking for a creative and free half-term activity? Children and young people can come and get messy with clay and interact with the artworks in the Biennial in an unusual and fun way.
Travel information and timings for all four venues of the 2023 Biennial
From weekend walk-up tours, to weekday tours for larger group tours and schools – book your free tour with our friendly team today.
How long will it take to see everything, is it suitable for kids, and is there a café and shop. Find out the answers to our frequently asked questions.
Access information for all four venues of the 2023 biennial.
Also happening in Stoke-on-Trent
Events happening around the city during the biennial.