Belleek Visitor Centre is home to one of the oldest working Potteries in the world beginning its existence in 1857. It is now home to one of the oldest working Potteries in the world. Belleek Visitor Centre has been making memories since 1857 and has achieved various awards including the winner of the 2018 Northern Ireland Hospitality Awards for ‘Best Visitor Attraction.
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Guided tours of the complete production are offered giving visitors the real opportunity to see how these products have been made throughout the ages, You will experience the many unique tools and techniques that are still used today being handed down from generation to generation
Meet the amazing craftspeople and learn how to make amazing art, dipping in a transparent glaze and painting some beautiful hues of pastel colours or even breaking products in the QA rejects department. You will definitely have a great experience.
View a large range of pottery from history, you will see ‘Earthenware’ and be impressed by the hand-decorated patterns or enjoy viewing the Dublin Exhibition where you will see twenty-nine different pieces, you are bound to be mesmerized.
- Prices start from £4 to £15 (free for any child)
- No pottery experience is required
- Open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 6 pm
- Open Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm
- Open Sunday from 12 pm to 5.30 pm
- Tea room in site