Often referred to as the ‘city of five towns’, Stoke-on-Trent boasts award-winning museums and a plethora of fun family-friendly activities. As the home of pottery, it would be remiss not to go to the iconic World of Wedgwood, and the Potteries museum and art gallery. Immersive pottery making workshops and an assortment of pottery factory shops let you be a part of, and take home, a piece of this history with you. The cultural quarter is the historic downtown district, where you’ll find many great places to dine, and further afield, at the Trentham Estate, you can wander around marvellous gardens and enjoy the sweeping views.
For nature-lovers, you will be pleased that Stoke-on-Trent is less than an hour’s drive from the Peak District, and Alton towers is also nearby, for adrenaline junkies to get their kicks. But it is the grand selection of assorted restaurants and eateries that are the real crowd-pleasers. Cuisines range from comfortable British classics to exciting Indian fare, and there is something for everyone in this World Capital of Ceramics. But if you are really struggling to choose where to go for breakfast, brunch, dinner, or lunch in Stoke-on-Trent, then use our toggles on the left to make your restaurant decisions a little easier.