Belleek Pottery

Attractions in Belleek

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Belleek Pottery


Dating back to 1857, this incredible business continues to flourish everyday. Attracting curious visitors from around the world, it welcomes 170, 000 visitors each year. A Northern Ireland treasure, this place will reveal to you its deepest secrets. With two of its siblings, Aynsley China in Stoke on Trent and Galway Crystal in Co Galway, it makes the pride of Ireland. Embark on a magical journey and walk around the working factory. An experience like no other, you can see the whole production process from your own eyes. For anyone searching for the finest products of giftware and tableware, this is a haven. Recently, fashion jewellery products have been added very successfully to this already successful and brilliant enterprise.


Before putting together these great books, I had done a lot of visiting around tourist attractions with which I have got a great affection for. I will always stand by the statement that a Top 100 Attraction is one that is still on your mind long after you have visited it. The Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre is a fine example of that statement. John Caldwell Bloomfield in my mind is right up there with the likes of John Cadbury and Lord Leverhulme. Not only did he have a passion for pottery but he also had a great passion for his local community for whom he provided much needed work. I absolutely loved my time here and I found it all so interesting. Not only do they have a great museum but their pottery tour was amazing. Together with a great shop and tearoom, I'm sure you will also enjoy your visit here.

- Top 100 Review
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Contact Us

3 Main Street ,
Belleek, BT93 3FY




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