Stoke-On-Trent is the largest city in Staffordshire and is home to our Lomax Halls accommodation. There are many sites to visit in and around Stoke. Here it a list of some of places that you might find interesting and well worth visiting.
Gladstone Pottery Museum
The Gladstone Pottery Museum is a working museum of a medium-sized coal-fired pottery, typical of those once common in the North Staffordshire area of England from the time of the industrial revolution in the 18th century to the mid 20th century.
Westport Lake, created alongside the Trent & Mersey Canal, is Stoke-on-Trent’s largest expanse of water and consists of two lakes, and a nature reserve.
The Regent Theatre
The Regent Theatre was constructed in 1929 as a cinema, it is one of several theatres in the city centre and one of two owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group.
This park features a restored Victorian garden & fountain, plus sports courts & play equipment.
Bet365 Stadium (Formerly Britannia Stadium)
The bet365 Stadium is an all-seater football stadium and the home of EFL Championship club Stoke City.
This is England’s largest theme park with 500 acres of land to wander and enjoy the rides and rollercoasters.
Ford Green Hall
Ford Green Hall is a 17th century grade listed timber-framed farmhouse, complete with period garden offering visitors a fascinating insight into the life of the 17th century.
WaterWorld is the UK’s number one Tropical Indoor Aqua Park. Splash around in a wave pool surrounded by slides, rides and flumes.
Stoke Ski Centre
Stoke Ski Centre offers a dry ski slope experience that is perfect for skiing, snowboarding and tubing, and offers tuition as well as free practice sessions.
This 725-acre estate features gardens, shopping, a monkey forest, an adventure course & more.
Etruria Industrial Museum
An 1857 potter’s mill offering tours of its still-working machines, picnic areas by the canal.
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