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North Carolina Pottery Center

233 East Ave, Seagrove, NC 27341
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Interesting Pottery Museum

We went to the pottery center with a group of 30 adults. There we had a private tour and saw a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ellen D
Must see if you like pottery

The current show, "to the Last Drop" is very strong with recognized potters reinterpreting old... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2018
James B
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This site displays pottery from the various Seagrove potters and also provides maps of where to find the potters.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
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233 East Ave, Seagrove, NC 27341
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to the pottery center with a group of 30 adults. There we had a private tour and saw a pottery demonstration with a local potter. The potter learned his skill from his family who have been potters for generations! This museum had pots...More

Thank Ellen D
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Reviewed 7 March 2018

The current show, "to the Last Drop" is very strong with recognized potters reinterpreting old themes relating to drinking alcohol. The gift shop and permanent display gives you a synopsis of what the potters in the area are doing. See their web-site for presentations and...More

Thank James B
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Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

Seagrove is the pottery capital of the country for good reason. It’s small town, population a little over 200 and at least 90 have potteries.its impossible to see them all in one day so stop at the pottery center first. It gives the history of...More

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Reviewed 7 January 2018

This should be a first stop if you are even thinking about buying pottery. Seagrove has a veritable plethora of potters.Visiting all of them would be a Herculean task. For a small entrance fee, The North Carolina Pottery Center can make that a bit easier....More

Thank Sharon K
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Reviewed 30 November 2017

This is a small museum (small fee) with some changing exhibits. The history of North Carolina pottery through the years with classic examples are shown through various displays. On a traveling exhibit during our visit were a couple of dozen beautiful table place settings by...More

Thank OldBoyScoutFox
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Reviewed 23 November 2017

My wife and I have visited the Seagrove area four times and we always start at the NC Pottery Center right in the center of Seagrove. The museum has a lot of beautiful pottery on display showcasing many different styles and techniques. They also have...More

Thank pparrothead
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

There are an overwhelming number of potters to visit in Seagrove! To get your bearings and good advice on how to proceed, first visit this small but comprehensive museum/gallery/showroom of NC pottery.

Thank Lynn M
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

The North Carolina Pottery Center, located at 233 East Avenue, is a great place to start out on your Seagrove journey. It is a museum and showcases some pottery of local potters. There is a small gift shop as well. Admission is just $2.50 and...More

Thank NCTraveler2015
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

During my stay, the NCPC had a Great Pots exhibit that provided lots of historical information and also comments on the older pots that pointed out notable aspects. I believe there is usually an exhibit in the main part of the Center.

Thank maryg483
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Reviewed 16 June 2017

This Southern museum shows the history of all local pottery in the Pottery Center of the USA It is very much worth the price of admission.

Thank ejohn8
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