Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre
Making Memories Since 1857
Belleek Pottery Tour
Our guided tours begin from 9.30am until 12.15pm with 12.15 tour being the last tour before lunch break. Tours begin again at 1.45pm to 4pm with the final tour of the day being 4pm Monday - Thursday and 3pm on Fridays. Tours are available on Saturdays during peak season (June - September) but not on Sundays when we have an audio visual in the museum.
Whilst the Visitor Centre is open on Good Friday and Easter Monday the guided tour is not available at this time.
Belleek Pottery Museum
When you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you step back in history. Our museum contains pieces dating back to when the pottery was started in 1857.
Belleek Tea Room
Our Tearoom is just to the right as you enter the Centre. The upper mezzanine overlooks the tranquil River Erne as it flows to meet the Atlantic Ocean. As our guest in Belleek, all of your food will be served on Belleek tableware.
Family Day Out
Visiting Belleek Pottery is sure to be an enjoyable day for the whole family. On-site facilites include;
- Belleek Retail Showroom
- Belleek Self Service Restaurant (Seats 90)
- Pottery Museum of Belleek Artefacts
- Rose Isle Garden and Picnic Area
- Audio Visual Presentation available in 8 languages
- Bloomfield's Trail animated Children's Tour
- ONE SIXTY photographic exhibition
Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre Opening Hours
Coronavirus UpdateDue to the ongoing situation with Coronvirus (COVID-19), and new government regulations we will be temporarily closing Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre from today, Friday 27th November until Friday 11th December 2020.
Sat & Sun closed
How to get to Belleek Pottery
Belleek is situated on the edge of Northern Ireland in the beautiful County of Fermanagh.
Directions from the following main cities/towns are:
Take the N3 North West from Dublin going through the towns of Navan and Kells - heading for Cavan. At a 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.
Travel time by car - 3 hours.
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).
Travel time by car - 2 hours.
Take the N17 North from Galway City going through the towns of Tuam, Knock (pilgrimage town), Charlestown, Tubbercurry, Collooney and Sligo. In Sligo follow the N15 North going through the towns of Bundoran and Ballyshannon. In Ballyshannon take the R230 to Belleek.
Travel time by car - 2 1/2 hours.
From Derry City / Londonderry
Take the A5 heading South toward Strabane. Stay on the A5 to Sion Mills. After Sion Mills turn right onto the B72 heading for Castlederg still keeping on the B72. Turn right in Ederny onto the B4 heading for Kesh. In Kesh turn right and take the third left, signposted Boa Island and Belleek (A47).
Travel time by car - 2 hours.