We were really (pleasantly) surprised by this Museum. It is on the site of the original factory and it seems the original factory and atmosphere have been preserved. It tells a story of the pottery industry but also the economical and social conditions of the time. There are demonstrations of the skills such as throwing and flower making. The information posters around the museum are well done and give so much clear information. The restaurant/cafe is a little tired but the snacks were good.
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