We booked Pottery Making Experience Tour with Hoi An Locals Travel & Transport to visit and get new experience here. That's a peaceful village. The people here were friendly and helpful. Our day tour was nice with the highlight: pottery making experience. We were try our best but our products were really ugly! ^^
Cycled there from Hoi An on the main road - bit scary but found a path running along the river to cycle back on. There are all these pottery replica's of famous land marks like Acropolis, Houses of parliament and so on and a big christmas tree made of what looks like breasts. The museum is disappointing but modern and... 更多
Be specific with the taxi driver where you want to go or you might end up in the wrong place like us. Once we arrived we went into the first house for some pottery making on the wheel. The kids loved it and this was a nice place with young ones. The pottery was free and they kinda expect you... 更多
great indoor activity. Had a tour of the gallery and then did a bit of pottery and painting. Very relaxing way to spend a rainy day. The building itself was a work of art. The staff were very friendly and eager to educate us on the history of pottery and brick making in the area. Thank you
We caught a taxi here and paid our 25 000 dong for entry - this was for an adult and my two children were free. This gave us a ticket that we showed to any of the families who would then show us how to use the pottery wheel - the girls had great fun making a money box, vase... 更多
Is a small village of Pottery where u can see all kind of their craft work.If you intend to buy some pottery , u should go and do take a look.
A worthwhile and enjoyable bike ride along the river track (look for this on a map or ask for advice) and into the village away from the busy tourist center of Hoi An. The pottery village museum exceeded our expectations. The displays in the museum itself are fine, the profiles of the potters interesting, and the architecture of the museum... 更多
Love this place. You can have a go at making pottery and writing your name on your piece to go on display. I brought heaps of piece to bring home. And if you have a local on hand for the entry fee you can get a little token from one of the stalls free which is a animal of the... 更多
We took a taxi there and visited the pottery village, but not the museum. It was fun to have a go on the pottery wheel and wander around the lanes, and to buy the odd memento. We found a boat alongside the village to take us back down the river to Hoi An ancient town, which was a bonus!