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Royal Crown

Royal Crown Derby boutique store and free museum, guided tours available.

Royal Crown Derby has been making fine bone china for over 270 years. Visit the boutique store and lower ground museum, which is free to visitors. Premium guided tours, giving visitors an in-depth insight into the history of Royal Crown Derby may be booked in advance. From Derby Station, Royal Crown Derby is a 10-minute walk.

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Royal Crown Derby
194 Osmaston Road,
Derby
DE23 8JZ

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