Belleek Pottery

Places to See | Co.Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Explore Ireland’s oldest pottery.

Established in 1857, Belleek Pottery holds a very special place in the cultural and commercial heritage of Co Fermanagh. Situated in the picturesque village of Belleek on the banks of the river Erne, it is home to the world famous Belleek Fine Parian China.

Signalled by the chime of the Belleek Pottery’s original Works-Bell, join a tour and follow your personal guide to the heart of Belleek. Watch the moulding and casting teams fashion every piece until it meets the highest standard of perfection. The guided tour takes approximately 30 minutes and covers all of the production areas thereby offering guests the possibility of meeting with and chatting with our craftspeople

Round off your visit in the spacious showroom, an Aladdin’s Cave of Belleek items of all kinds including a china replica of the Belleek Works-Bell, special giftware for weddings, new baby and Christmas ‘must haves’ from the Classic Shamrock collection to the contemporary cool of the Belleek Living range.

The Belleek factory is a historical site in Northern Ireland and should be high on your list of places to see in Co Fermanagh.

Address: Belleek Pottery, 3 Main Street, Belleek, Co Fermanagh BT93 3FY

3 Responses to Belleek Pottery

  1. What are the hours and days that the Beleek Factory tours are conducted?
    We are planning a trip to Ireland in August of 2014 and want to be sure to include a trip through the Beleek factory.

    Beverly Farley October 2, 2013 at 6:27 pm Reply
    • Hi Beverly

      Tours: Monday – Friday 9.30am – 12.15pm and 1.45pm – 4.00pm. Tours every half hour. The last tour on Fridays is at 3.00pm.

      Saturday tours available in high season ( June to September ) 10.30am – 12.15pm and from 2.00pm – 4.00pm There are no tours on Sunday’s.

      Children Under 12 years old tour for Free

      Parties of 10 or more, please telephone prior to visiting
      – See more at:

      The guided tour takes approximately 30 minutes and covers all of the production areas thereby offering our guests the possibility of meeting with and chatting with the crafts people – See more at:

      For up-to-date info I recommend contacting visitorcentre[at]

      Thanks for your comment

      Thomas October 2, 2013 at 8:04 pm Reply
  2. My wife has inherited from her mother-in-law a white porcelain dish about 3 inches high and the same in diameter. It has a spiral fluted pattern on the sides and a raised rose flower with leaves on the side. On the bottom is your crest and the Reg number 0857.
    Could you give us any information about this cup/bowl as to age and value.
    Thank you for your help. It is a very pretty piece of work and we treasure it.

    Bill Gunn

    Bill Gunn January 3, 2015 at 5:24 pm Reply

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