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Contact Barewall

Art gallery based in Market Place, Burslem. Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire.

Opening Hours:

Tues - Fri 10 to 5pm

Sat 10 to 4.30pm

Contact Details:

Tel : 01782 258 843

Tel Overseas : +44 1782 258 843

Email :

Registered Address: Barewall Ltd, 2-4 Market Place, Stoke on Trent, Staffs, ST6 4AT. Company Registration Number: 07314976. Registered in England & Wales.

Framing Studio:

 The Studio Space behind Barewall Gallery includes a framing workshop, Studio 29 which is open Mon - Fri 10.30am to 2.30pm.

How to Find Us:

Stoke on Trent is made up of 6 towns. We are the only city in Britain with this geography.

The 6 towns from North to South are: Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton, Longton

Burslem is also known at The Mothertown of The Potteries.

Stoke is also known as Stoke upon Trent which is the town, not the city.

Newcastle under Lyme is nearby not part of Stoke on Trent situ west side of the A500.

By Car:

From South: M6 to Junction 16 turn to A500 North take the turning for Burslem.

From North : M6 to Junction 15 turn to A500 North take the turning for Burslem.

From East: A50 to A500 North take the turning for Burslem. 

By Train:

Mainline: Stoke on Trent (Stoke upon Trent). 5 minutes by Cab to Burslem.

Local: Longport. East Midlands line Derby to Crewe Line hourly.

By Bus:

National Express: Stoke on Trent City Centre (Hanley) Bus Station

Local Buses: From Hanley to Burslem #3, From Newcastle to Burslem #98.


Please use the public car parks available in the town or free parking may be found on the outskirts with a short walk or via a shopping visit to local retailers including B&M or Home Bargains.  Free bike parking stands are available around the town.


Barewall are part of the Stoke on Trent Ceramics TrailWhy not enjoy the complete pottery experience and take a look at some of the award winning museums and ceramic visitor attractions that Stoke on Trent has to offer.

Find out more about the Ceramics Trail here.