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This rescued pottery has so much history and was a major part of pottery development in this country. The tours are really insightful and the staff are so friendly and helpful. You can help your fitness by trekking up the hill on foot or take...More
1 Thank Karen S
Margaret P, Administrator at Leach Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review Karen. I'm very glad you enjoyed your visit and we hope to see you again soon.
Quite understated working museum. This pottery has produced and inspired excellent challenging work for decades. If they wanted an effect they couldn’t achieve, they’d build another kiln. Its all appears to have been achieved in a low key cottage industry way. They do workshops. Ring...More
Very lovely and nice to see young faces involved in leach pottery to keep it alive for future generations. Having been passed down a leach pottery plate from my mum 1 year ago I was happy to have come here for a visit and it...More
Bernard Leach set this up in the time when St Ives the centre of artistic excellence and his work continues today Its free to visit but be warned its quite a distance from St Ives centre and a 20/25 minute work though you can catch...More
Seeing the Leach Pottery, including the collection of pots from Asia, Leach, and his contemporaries, was almost a pilgrimage. You see his workshop and kilns, and get a real feel for him and his work. It was not too pricey.
If you have any interest in studio pottery then the Leach Pottery is an absolute must. The great man's studio and throwing wheel are all intact and preserved thankfully. They are teaching students there and their shop shows work from some of the best local...More
Having heard of Leach Pottery but not knowing much about it I took the opportunity to find out more. So pleased I did. It was informative and very interesting, explaining how the pottery came about, how the designs were made and how it reached where...More
Thank Gill S
Margaret P, Administrator at Leach Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded 13 July 2018
Hello Gill, thank you very much for taking the time to leave a review following your recent visit to the Leach Pottery. I'm very glad that you enjoyed your visit and I hope that we will see you again sometime.
Hi - we do have visits from caoch parties from time to time but there is no parking on site for coaches. Coach drivers will usually drop off visitors at the Pottery and then park up nearby. We can provide discounted rates... More
Hi - we do have visits from caoch parties from time to time but there is no parking on site for coaches. Coach drivers will usually drop off visitors at the Pottery and then park up nearby. We can provide discounted rates for groups if required. Please call ahead on 01736 799703