Royal Crown Derby Museum

Interesting
The new works, founded in 1847, house a collection of Derby porcelain, dating from 1756 to the present day. George III accorded the factory his patronage in 1773 and the Royal Crown Derby title was bestowed by Queen Victoria in 1890. In the Raven Room a priceless mint collection of porcelain is displayed as it would have been in a Victorian house.

Useful information

Address : 

194 Osmaston Road

Price:

5 £

Opening hours

museum: daily except Sun 10am-5pm - factory: guided tour upon prior request Tue-Fri 11am and 1.30pm

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