Museum was closed in February 2013 but is now (April 2013) open again on Fridays & Saturdays. There is not a whole lot to see - what shown in the photos here is all there is - so a twenty minute guided tour round the site makes it more worthwhile.
Knowledgeable and very enthusiastic volunteers; the person demonstrating hand painting on china was a fund of expertise. Some historical curiosities on the site too.
Not too easy to find and rather dilapidated location. It helps to be knowledgeable or at least curious about ceramics or Spode pottery in particular before you arrive. A bigger range of exhibits would improve things.
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