Afternoon Tea and Tour for Two at The World of Wedgwood
What could be more quintessentially British than a fine afternoon spent enjoying tea and a tour in the charming surroundings of World of Wedgwood? Be met by friendly staff at reception at the start of this special World of Wedgwood experience. Be seated in the elegant Wedgwood Tea Room, where a traditional English afternoon tea, including finger sandwiches, scones with jam and clotted cream, cakes, fancies and unlimited refills of pots of Wedgwood tea is served on Wedgwood fine bone china. Entry to the tour of the fascinating Wedgwood Factory and award-winning V&A Collection are included. Also receive free membership, which offers 20% discount in the Wedgwood Store and other benefits.
- Afternoon tea for two in the Wedgwood Tea Room, served on exclusive Wedgwood fine bone china
- Enjoy sandwiches, scones, cakes and specially-blended Wedgwood tea
- Includes entry to the Wedgwood Factory and the V&A Collection at World of Wedgwood
- Membership card will be given on arrival, which includes 20% discount in the Wedgwood Store, 10% off Creative Studio activities and free return admission
- Availability Description
World of Wedgwood opens Monday–Sunday 10am–5pm, and last entry to the factory is 3pm, Monday–Thursday and 2pm Friday. Bookings available Monday–Sunday. There are no factory tours at weekends and tours will not be available for a week from Good Friday and August bank holiday and two weeks from the Monday before Christmas Day. World of Wedgwood is fully closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Under 16s must be accompanied by a participating adult. The site is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Tea is served between 12pm and 4pm and lasts for approximately an hour and a half, a reservation time will be given at the time of booking. As there is a lot to see, please allow around two hours for the visit. World of Wedgwood closes at 5pm.
- Numbers on the Day
World of Wedgwood is open to the public and numbers vary.
- Dress Code
Comfortable footwear is recommended, as there is plenty of walking involved.