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.
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.
Open Monday to Friday
Free entry to the visitor centre, rates apply for tours, pre-booking advisable.
LANGUAGES: Free leaflets available in English. Free audio guide in English, French, German, Japanese and Italian.
DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Self-service tearoom serving hot meals and beverages.
SHOPPING: Belleek retail showroom selling a vast range of Belleek products from tableware collections to basketware.
PARKING: Free car and coach parking on-site.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: Fully wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets.
GROUPS: Group rates available (minimum 10 people). Pre-booking required.
ACCOLADES & AWARDS:
Belleek Pottery is 3 hours from Dublin. Take the 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.
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).
3 Main Street, Belleek, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
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