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We stopped here a couple of years ago and we have since stopped every time we pass Seagrove. They have offerings of most the area potters, maps of all the potteries and are always helpful when asked. We always leave here with purchases and they pack our wares were safely.
The Pottery Center was a good place to start our tour of the local potteries. They have many of the local potters pieces on display with information on each one. This helps you decide on which ones to drive to because there are so, so many. It's a fairly new building.
We visited with a 6 year old, so the visit was brief. We have heard of the potteries at Seagrove for many years and thought we would stop and check it out. It was interesting to learn some of the history of the area and see the pieces on display. Would like to return when I could stay longer.
A great place to learn about all the potters and their different styles and glazes, with a nice selection of practical and decorative pottery to purchase as well. Well worth a first stop in Seagrove.
I was staying in nearby town of Biscoe and was desperate for something to do. I was unaware of the history of pottery in the area and enjoyed learning about it in this nice small museum. Some work by local potters is on display and handy brochures with maps of studio/galleries can be picked up here. Very small entrance fee.
If you haven't been to Seagrove, NC and traveled the pottery highway 705, start at the North Carolina Center for Pottery in the heart of town. The admission fee was minimal, $2. Be sure to get a map of the 80 plus pottery studios in the area. As you walk through the center, be sure to note in which potter's... 更多
This was a very interesting introduction to Seagrove Pottery as we were there for the yearly festival. It was more of a museum of pottery with the roots of the history of pottery in the area. There was a small gift shop as well. Parking was adequate.