Creating your own pottery pieces at Pick a Pot. Choose from a range of designs, including mugs, bowls, and teapots; paint the piece; and have it glazed and fired. This makes a perfect family activity, and kids may enjoy making ceramic hand or footprints. Use our Cirencester trip planner to arrange your visit to Pick a Pot and other attractions in Cirencester.
Pick a Pot reviews
My grandchildren really enjoyed painting their mug/plate/coaster on a very wet day. One of my grandchildren was only 21 months old and he was able to participate. It's well worth a visit. more »
Walking around Cirencester we came across a pottery activity. The next day we called up and got a table straight away. On arrival, the woman who greeted us was lovely. We had a range of pre-made... more »
Lovely lady running the place and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience - great for old and young!!
Great fun. My granddaughter and I love going here to paint one of the great variety of items they have on offer. I painted a fox and Amelia painted a chameleon the last time we went.
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