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We only sell our best value Annual Passports online. Single attraction tickets are available on the gate.

Family (1 Adult + up to 4 children)

This ticket offers daytime admission to all of the open museums for a family of 1 adult + up to 4 children (aged 5-16 incl). Annual Passport Tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of first use.

Price £51.00

Family Annual Pass (2 Adults + up to 4 children)

This ticket offers daytime admission to all of the open museums for a family of 2 adults + up to 4 children (aged 5-16 incl). Annual Passport Tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of first use.

Price £82.00

Adult

Daytime admission to all of the open museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use.

Price £31.00

Child/Student

Daytime admission to all of the open museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use for children aged 5-16 (incl), or people in full time education.

Price £20.00

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Museum Collections

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Stories

  1. Bowl

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  2. Islamic Vase Coalbrookedale School of Art

    Some information about this particular vase

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  3. Medusa and the Lost Floor of Clivedon

    Encaustic tile depicting Medusa, Minton & Co., 1895

    John Scott bought the Medusa roundel from a dealer many years after it was removed from Clivedon and it was part of the collection that he gave to the Museum, it is now on display at Jackfield Tile Museum.

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  4. Medusa 2

    Encaustic tile depicting Medusa, Minton & Co., 1895

    American millionaire William Waldorf Astor bought Clivedon in 1893 for $1.2m and set about remodelling many rooms of the house and improving the grounds. Astor’s eldest son Waldorf married Nancy Langhorne in 1906 and they were given Clivedon as a wedding gift. Nancy Astor reputedly did not like the Minton encaustic floor and had it taken up and stored in the basement of the property. Waldorf Astor gave Clivedon to the National Trust in 1942 and in 1966 it was opened to the public. John Scott bought the Medusa roundel from a dealer many years after it was removed from Clivedon and it was part of the collection that he gave to the Museum, it is now on display at Jackfield Tile Museum.

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