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Ballymorris Pottery
Cratloe, Co. Clare
Ballymorris Pottery was established in 1994 and is based in Cratloe, County Clare. The workshop sells a variety of colourful domestic ware, individual ceramic art, commemorative plates and ceramic signs. Pottery classes are also available.

Ballymorris Pottery in County Clare, is located on a 17th century farm and offers pottery classes. Here you will find a range of stoneware pottery handmade by the artists. They specialise in children's hand prints, ceramic signs and house names, they are also happy to work to commission, creating personal gifts for weddings or presentation. The pottery is run by Hannah Arnup.

This is not just a children’s party idea, creating pottery can be a therapeutic and a social activity for adults. Suitable for hen parties, office parties or a night out. Don’t worry if you are not an artist Ballymorris Pottery have plenty of ideas and inspiration.

Regular pottery classes for beginners and those with little experience are also run at the workshop. Anyone can try their hand at throwing on the potters wheel or hand building.

Why we like it
  • Browse a beautiful selection of handmade stoneware pottery and ceramics.
  • Bespoke pottery pieces can be made to order.
  • Take a pottery class in the Pottery School, book a pottery party or pottery tour suitable for all age groups.
Tips from locals

Bring a picnic and enjoy a visit to nearby Cratloe Wood. Stroll along one of the many woodland walking trails. There is also a children’s playground.

Safety Charter
Family friendly
Free to visit
Rainy days
Free car parking
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Contact details
Ballymorris, Cratloe, Co. Clare, V95 WP95, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 to 2 hours here.

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