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The Weather in Stoke on Trent
Here is our climate diagram for Stoke-on-Trent. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 21°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Stoke on Trent in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Explore Stoke on Trent from a comfortable holiday cottage
Located in Central England, between Birmingham in the south and Manchester in the north, the city of Stoke on Trent has a fascinating industrial heritage. Visitors can explore old mills, mines and museums as well as enjoying family theme parks in the surrounding area.
The area around Stoke on Trent is famous for its pottery and ceramic production. Visit one of the many museums dedicated to the artform in the city, including the World of Wedgwood housed in the famous ceramic factory. You can take a tour of the factory itself, as well as learning about the life and career of its founder Josiah Wedgewood. If you want to discover more about ceramics, pay a visit to the Potteries Museum or the Gladstone Pottery Museum, which is housed in a Victorian factory
Family days out
Your Stoke on Trent accommodation is close to one of the UK's most popular family theme parks, Alton Towers. Younger children can enjoy the play areas while older teenagers can enjoy an adrenaline rush on one of the park's many thrill rides. An indoor water park with slides, a wave pool and a lazy river ride for those who want to take things easy, Water World is an ideal rainy day destination.
Explore the area around Stoke on Trent
Head to Ford Green Hall, a stunning timber-framed 17th Century house which is now home to a museum dedicated to ordinary life in Stoke in the 1600s, including historic artefacts, fine furniture and examples of local ceramics. If you want to get some fresh air, head to the city's Trentham Gardens, a large park with landscaped garden and wild woodland. Enjoy the prize-winning show gardens and take a stroll around Trentham Lake which was designed by Capability Brown.
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