SEE WHERE THIS BELOVED POTTERY COMES FROM
In the small village of Belleek, along the River Erne, you’ll find the Belleek Pottery.
Located right against the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, this unsuspecting village attracts millions of visitors every year.
A wealthy landowner established the porcelain manufactory in 1857 to boost the economy and employment of the area. Today, you can still buy the much-loved products and even visit the Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre.
The Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre is open daily (except for Saturdays and Sunday in January and February). An entrance fee is required.
Guided tours are available Monday to Friday, with tours also running on Saturdays during the peak season (June-September). If you want to visit on a Sunday, they offer audiovisual presentations in the museum on that day.View Northern Ireland