As part of our response to COVID-19, we are postponing 2020 all tours and hands-on workshops. If you have additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Education Studio remains in academic recess through April 30th. We will update that date if Michigan's Stay Home, Stay Safe order is extended.
Gather a group together for a one-hour tour through our National Historic Landmark pottery building to experience the history of Pewabic and our making process. You will be guided through our studio to see where the clay is made, tiles are pressed and glazed, and the kilns where pieces are fired. Explore our museum and exhibition space to see historic Pewabic ceramics and contemporary ceramic art.
Guided tours have a $100 minimum fee. This fee covers the first 20 people in your party. Additional participants cost $5 per person. Reservations and a deposit are required to schedule a tour.
While we cannot accommodate walk-in docent-led tour groups, we do offer self guided tours seven days a week. To see our production space be sure to visit Monday - Friday.
To schedule a guided tour, please call 313.626.2062, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make your tour experience more memorable by adding a hands-on workshop. After completing the tour your group will head to our Workshop Studio, where you’ll learn the basics of tile-making. We provide the clay and basic supplies needed.
Hands-on workshops are for groups of 10 or more and cost $20 per person. They last approximately two hours. Finished tiles will be available for pick up in 4-6 weeks.
To schedule a Hands-On Workshop, please call 313.626.2062, or email email@example.com.
Looking for a unique experience for your next event? Schedule a workshop for your birthday party, bachelorette/bachelor party, team-building activity, or family reunion. Guests can bring their own cake, food and drinks (and needed party supplies). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details as space is limited.
"Thank you so much for the wonderful tour on Saturday. Your docents were fantastic. Even folks who had been there before said they learned things they didn't know about the Pottery." - Mike S., Detroit