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Explore our National Historic Landmark Pottery

Located on Detroit's East Jefferson Avenue, this Tudor-style building was constructed in 1907 and is one of the oldest continuously operating potteries in the nation. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we are free and open to the public Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm.

Stop in to shop our collection of original handcrafted ceramics along with ceramic art by over 30 artists. Explore the Pewabic story and our collection of historic ceramics in the second floor museum galleries. On nice days, bring your lunch to enjoy in our courtyard where you can relax with a Pewabic fountain, outdoor ceramic art, plants and a mural designed by Michael Burdick.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

CURRENT BUSINESS HOURS:

Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm

CLOSED: Sundays & Mondays

NOTE: CLOSED June 19 & July 4

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Free Admission

There is no cost to visit our Store and Museum collection.

Accessibility

A ramp is available to enter the historic building by request - call 313.626.2010 when you arrive! Our Education Studio and Museum are currently only accessible by stairs.

Free Parking

Complimentary onsite parking is available.

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Pewabic Around Town

"So happy to have finally toured Pewabic Pottery! This Detroit landmark has been on my bucket list for some time now. As we were told the history of Pewabic, we were guided through the lovely Tudor-style building that houses examples of the architectural tiles and ceramics. Also interesting is to see artisans at work and learn about the process. Be prepared, because you'll most likely want to buy a piece to take home with you from the store. Our tour also included a fun workshop where we made our own tile. The tour including the workshop was about 2 hrs." 

★★★★★ – GENNYFROMTHED, NEW BALTIMORE, MI

visiting from out of town?

Make your visit to the pottery into a trip to remember! The area around Pewabic is filled with restaurants, shops, art galleries and more. Take a look at our recommended destinations and favorite places in Detroit.

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