The nearest train station is Stoke-on-Trent. This station is a 5-10 minute walk from the original Spode site in Stoke-on-Trent Town Centre and a 30-minute walk from The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and AirSpace Gallery in the City Centre (Hanley).
First bus services 23/ 23a /3 are ideal to travel to and from the original Spode site, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and AirSpace Gallery.
The route is: Stoke, Glebe Street – Stoke, Rail Station– City Centre Bus Station (Hanley). The service operates every 10 minutes and takes 10 minutes from Stoke to the City Centre (Hanley).
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery is conveniently located on National Cycle Network 5 (NCN 5) and cycle parking is located either side of the main entrance to the museum.
The original Spode Works Visitor Centre is signposted from the A500. These signs will take you to the Elenora Street side of the site. The main entrance for BCB is via Kingsway, which has a large public car park. The satnav postcode for this car park is ST4 1JB.
For The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery follow signs for City Centre or Cultural Quarter from the A500.
The closest car park for the original Spode site is on Kingsway. This pay and display car park is just across the road from the BCB entrance to the original Spode site. The postcode for Kingsway is ST4 1JB.
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery has limited disabled parking onsite, however there are several car parks within a short walking distance of the museum and parking meters on Bethesda Street, Warner Street and on nearby Tesco Extra which is free for 2-hours. Please see parking locations and charges for the City Centre.
Parking is available at both Middleport Pottery and World of Wedgwood.