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Belleek Pottery
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Winner of 'Best Visitor Experience' 2014 at the NITB Awards, Belleek Pottery is one of the top visitor attractions in Ireland.

Visit Ireland's oldest working pottery over 160 years in business. This top-class Visitor Centre offers a fascinating insight into the world of Belleek and the process that takes place to deliver these world famous products.

The Retail Showroom, Museum and Audio Visual Theatre will be reopening on Monday 6th July, 9.30am-1.30pm.
*Guidelines have been put in place to keep customers as safe as possible.
*Due to Covid19 pandemic the opening hours have changed as follows: open weekdays Monday-Friday closed Saturday & Sunday. 

Take a 30 minute guided tour and discover the manufacturing process that takes place to produce Belleek. See, hear and touch the product throughout the tour.

In the museum, you will see a collection of the finest Belleek every produced over the last 159 years – from domestic and toiletry wares to earthenware. The Belleek Visitor Book (1868-1884) is a popular attraction here as it records the visit of The Earl & Countess of Spencer, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and his wife in 1870.

The Belleek retail showroom is a modern, stylish retail outlet, displaying the vast product range of Belleek products for sale, from tableware collections to basketware.

A visit to Belleek Pottery is sure to be a memorable one for all age groups, with something for everyone to enjoy.

Highlights include:
  • Top-class Visitor Centre and winner of the ‘Best Visitor Experience’ 2014
  • In-depth Factory Tour to discover the hidden craft behind Belleek Pottery
  • Museum showcasing the finest Belleek ever produced
  • Modern and stylish Retail Showroom selling Belleek’s vast range
  • Audio-Visual Presentation

During 2017, Belleek Pottery celebrated 160 years in business. Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre have been working hard to bring visitors new and exciting experiences to make their visit even more enjoyable. 


New at Belleek Pottery

As part of their 160 year celebrations Belleek Pottery launched 2 new projects, Bloomfield’s Trail & ONE SIXTY.

Bloomfield's Trail - a trail for younger visitors

The Bloomfield Trail, called after the John Caldwell Bloomfield, founder of Belleek Pottery has been developed primarily for younger visitors and tells the story of how the pottery is made. A series of 16 hand-drawn, colourful ceramic plaques are located at key points on the pottery tour.  Head of Design at Belleek, Fergus Cleary created the animations taking inspiration from a series of old photographs dating back to 1857.

On arrival at Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre, children are provided with a trail map at reception. As they accompany the adults on a guided tour they are looking, searching and identifying the plaques. The trail map has 16 points and the children have to follow the clues on the map to find the answers on the plaques throughout the tour. 

ONE SIXTY Photographic Exhibition.

ONE SIXTY is a collection of moments and memories telling the story of Belleek Pottery over 16 decades. The story is told through photographs and showcases the people, scenery and industrial heritage of the Pottery.


Visitor Information

Open Year Round

The Retail Showroom, Museum and Audio Visual Theatre is open from Monday 6th July, 9.30am-1.30pm.

*Due to the Covid19 pandemic, opening hours have changed. Belleek Pottery is only open weekdays Monday-Friday closed Saturday & Sunday. 

*Guidelines have been put in place to keep customers as safe as possible.

Contact Details

Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre
Main Street
Co. Fermanagh
Northern Ireland
BT93 3FY

T: +44 (0) 28 6865 9300
W: www.belleekpottery.ie

Tours: available Monday to Friday. 

Approx Visit Duration: 60 - 80 minutes. 


Admission Prices 2020

Adult: £6.00
Senior (aged 65+): £4.00
Student (with valid ID): £4.00
Child (0-12): Free

Family: £15.00




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Other Useful Information

Free leaflets available in English. Free audio guide in English, French, German, Japanese and Italian.

Self-service tearoom serving hot meals and beverages. 

Belleek retail showroom selling a vast range of Belleek products from tableware collections to basketware.

Free car and coach parking on-site.

Fully wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets. 

Group rates available (minimum 10 people). Pre-booking required.


  • Trip Advisor 'Certificate of Excellence Winner' 2015
  • CIE International Tours Award of Excellence Winner 2015
  • NITB Awards Best Visitor Experience 2014
  • NITB Accreditation Four Star Visitor Attraction 2013
  • WorldHost Recognition for Excellence in Customer Service
  • Investors in People

Map Location

From Dublin:
Belleek Pottery is 3 hours from Dublin. Take the M3/N3 North West from Dublin toward Cavan. At the major roundabout before Cavan follow signs for Derrylin and Enniskillen. Continue this route to the outskirts of Enniskillen turning right at another roundabout for Enniskillen. Drive into the town perimeter and then turn left at the bridge on to the A46 for Belleek.

From Belfast:
Belleek is 2 hours from Belfast. Take the M1 to Dungannon. Continue on the A4 for approximately 9 miles to the Ballygawley roundabout. Follow the A4 through Augher, Clogher and Fivemiletown until you reach Enniskillen. In Enniskillen follow the signs for Belleek (A46).

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