Worcester Porcelain Factory has had quite a history through the years. It’s a definite visit if you’re in the city so make sure it’s on your itinerary. The factory was set up in 1751 at the River Severn. In the many years to come, the factory passed many hands and finally now only runs for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The city being famous for porcelain, the factory is a precious example of a blend of traditional artwork with modern facilities. You can visit the factory to see how the process of making a piece of porcelain art goes about - the baking, painting of details and designs and more. The factory also allows children to experience the process by having them paint plates. They also have a gift shop so that you can take home a souvenir from the Queen’s own personal porcelain factory. Call ahead to know more.
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