Each year the museum mounts a vibrant series of exhibitions, ranging from loan collections
of porcelain to contemporary commercial artists who have based their work on current day
manufacture and materials.
Past exhibitions include a county wide children's design competition, that attracted over
a thousand entries from Worcestershire schools, as many of the exhibits as possible were
placed on display alongside the winning hand painted tea cup and saucers.
A superb loan collection of Nelson memorabilia commemorated the 200th anniversary of Lord
Nelson and Lady Hamilton's visit to the Worcester factory in 1802 and in 2003 the tale
of teapots and tea was told in 'Time for Tea', a loan exhibition from Norwich Castle
Museum & Art Gallery.
With free open days, talks and demonstrations there is always something new to see and do.
This year's itinerary