Royal Crown Derby china is known and collected throughout the world. The fine traditional skills have led to an international reputation for quality and creativity. The Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre has been created to provide an insight into the traditions, the history and the skills that go into making Royal Crown Derby so special.
The Visitor Centre comprises of a retail shop, the 1750 Tea Room and Coffee Shop, the Royal Crown Derby Museum and an Exhibition together with factory tours offered to experience the hand crafted process. A visit to Royal Crown Derby is a great day out!
Please note whilst the factory is closed for maintenance from the 30 May to 13 June, there will be no factory tours. All other areas of the business including the Retail Shop, Royal Crown Derby Museum & Exhibition and the 1750 Tea Room will be open at the days/times noted below.
Please note that the visitor centre and shop will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday.
The High Society London Connections Exhibition, a story from the 18th Century to Present Day, is now open.
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The Royal Crown Derby Retail Shop, Factory Tours, Museum & 1750s Tearoom
Retail Shop - Monday - Saturday - 10-5pm (Closed Sundays)
1750 Tearoom - Tuesday - Friday - 10-4pm (Closed Saturday, Sunday & Monday)
Factory Tours & Prices
Tuesday - Thursday at 1.30pm
Booking is essential.
Please call 01332 712800 to make your booking.
Or email to book a tour firstname.lastname@example.org
Under 16's £2.50
Family Ticket £12.50
Ticket price refunded on all Royal Crown Derby purchases over £50.00 in the factory shop.
Please note, children under the age of six are not permitted to take part in the factory tour.
Groups & Coach Parties
We welcome organised groups and parties.
To request our Group information pack or to book, call 01332 712800 where our staff will be delighted to assist.
HOW TO FIND US:
From M1 - Jct 25 Follow A52 in to Derby, then the Brown Tourist Signs.
15 minutes walk from the centre of Derby/Westfield Centre.
Free on-site parking.
194 Osmaston Road, Derby, DE23 8JZ
Tel: 01332 712800
See Masterpieces In The Making
At the Royal Crown Derby Visitor Centre experience over 250 years of history of one of the world’s best-known English Fine Bone China manufacturers.
We are proud that every piece of handmade Royal Crown Derby Fine Bone China is manufactured from start to finish exclusively here in Derby, England.
A visit wouldn’t be complete without a browse around The Royal Crown Derby Shop and a light lunch in the Coffee Shop.
Factory TourExperience Royal Crown Derby for yourself on a factory tour. See how each item of English Fine Bone China is made, see how our artisans create the beautiful pieces that are cherished throughout the world.
Each tour is taken by an informative and friendly guide who can answer all your questions and explain in detail about each stage of the manufacturing process.
A Royal Crown Derby tour is essential to truly appreciate the care and attention that goes into your favourite piece. Also includes visit to the museum.
To book tour please call 01332 712800 or email email@example.com
MuseumFor a fascinating insight into the rich history
and heritage of the company from 1750 to the present day.
Housing the most comprehensive collection of Derby Porcelain to be seen anywhere in the world,
including the renowned Imari pattern synonymous with Royal Crown Derby since the 18th Century.
See the history of the company unfold.
Allow 90 minutes for the tour & museum.
The Royal Crown Derby Shop
Whether it’s a treat for yourself or a gift for someone, you are sure to find a beautiful piece of history to take with you.
See a complete display of current paperweights, collectables & tableware, including pieces exclusive to the Visitor Centre.
We also stock a wide range of seconds and discontinued items not available anywhere else.
1750 TearoomRelax and reflect in the comfortable Duesbury Coffee Shop which provides homemade light lunches, tea, coffee and cakes all served, of course, on beautiful Royal Crown Derby China.
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