Argyll Pottery

Argyll Pottery

Tourist Attractions

If you’re looking for a unique and memorable experience in Scotland, then a visit to Argyll Pottery is a must. Located in the picturesque village of Kilmartin, Argyll Pottery is a family-run business that has been producing beautiful, hand-crafted pottery since the early 1970s.

The pottery is run by husband and wife team, Alan and Margaret MacKenzie, who have been producing pottery for over 40 years. They specialize in creating unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that are both functional and decorative. From mugs and plates to vases and bowls, each piece is individually crafted and hand-painted with a variety of glazes and finishes.

The pottery is open to visitors, and you can watch the potters at work in the studio. You can also browse the selection of finished pieces in the showroom, and purchase items to take home with you. The pottery also offers classes for those interested in learning the craft.

The pottery is located in the heart of Kilmartin, a small village in the Argyll and Bute region of Scotland. The village is surrounded by stunning scenery, including the Kilmartin Glen, a National Nature Reserve. The area is also home to a number of ancient monuments, including standing stones, burial cairns, and a Bronze Age stone circle.

Kilmartin is also home to a number of other attractions, including the Kilmartin Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the area’s long history. The museum also offers guided tours of the area’s ancient monuments.

A visit to Argyll Pottery is a great way to experience the beauty of Scotland’s countryside and learn about the area’s rich history. The pottery offers a unique and memorable experience that you won’t find anywhere else. Whether you’re looking for a unique gift, a piece of art, or just a chance to watch the potters at work, Argyll Pottery is a must-see destination.


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