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A tiny museum that was brought to life by Kim the lady who showed us around with such enthusiasm. Disabled visitors could only access the ground floor but this is where most of the exhibits are.
Such a shame that I didn't feel that welcomed and seeing as it was where my grandad had worked for many years. The lady who talk to us in the kiln we found very interesting and very helpful. I was unable to go to quite a few areas being disabled so missed out on a lot.
A small but lovely museum set in the hovel (outer skin) of a bottle oven. The history of the Dudson company is told in a series of exhibits on two floors, skilfully constructed within an iconic bottle oven and staffed by very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable volunteers.
It was nice to get a sense of the factory of days gone by. Sweet tea room, too. Most of the different areas are now inhabited by local orgs, but you get to get pretty high up the bottle kiln. Displays were simple but well informative. Off the usual path of factory gift shops and tours.
We had a very interesting history lesson from the enthusiastic and knowledgeable lady looking after this museum. It was very refreshing, enjoyable and informative. Combine it with a lunch or tea and cake at the cafe and you won't go wrong.
Beautifully set out within the bottle oven . So many items with so many types of pottery over the years from this interesting family business. Well worth a visit and try to go when Kim is there with a wealth of knowledge and wonderful stories. ( ask about Tom King) Thanks for an enjoyable time.
Told about the museum and thought it would pass half an hour. Not particularly interested in pottery but spent about an hour and a half looking at the exhibits and the person on duty was a mine if information about the history of the potteries. Suddenly we have a new interest. Excellent place to visit and all inside an old... 更多
The Dudson Museum is located in an original, ancient bottle oven within the courtyard of the Dudson Centre. It is well worth a visit to see typical ware from previous times.