Jackfield Tile Museum







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01952 433424

Jackfield Tile Museum



Type Price Details
Adult £8.50
Child £7.75
Concession £7.75


At the Jackfield Tile Museum there are tiles everywhere! The Victorians were on a mission to not only make them, but also to use them.

Jackfield Tile Museum is a former world centre of the decorative tile industry. Visitors can see a unique collection of the companys superb wall and floor tiles as well as watch them being made. The charming Victorian gas-lit galleries and period room settings give you a superb view of how these highly decorative tiles were made and sold to the Victorian gentry here in Jackfield. You'll walk through a country church, shop and tube station and see where some of these tiles ended up. Following a multi-million-pound restoration project, visitors can see new galleries, demonstrations by skilled craftspeople and attend tile-decoration classes.

For group visits contact the groups visits officer on 01952 435900.


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Opening Times

SUMMER OPENING 29/03/2014 – 02/11/2014

Mon – Sun, 10am - 5pm

WINTER OPENING 03/11/2014 – 13/03/2015

Mon – Sun, 10am - 5pm


Picnic Site On-site car parking On-site car parking Parking (free) Groups Acepted Min group size Max group size Toilets Guided Tours Available for Groups Educational Visits Accepted Ramp/Level Access Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors Toilets for Disabled Visitors All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors Guide Dogs Permitted Visa accepted MasterCard accepted Switch accepted Delta accepted Solo accepted Sterling Travellers Cheques accepted


From junction 4 of the M54 follow brown and white signs for Blists Hill Museum (ironbridge) Pass Blists Hill and follow the road to the bottom Turn right and follow the road, turn left on to Jackfield Bridge and then left to Jackfield Finish at the Jackfield Tile Museum.


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