Upon entering the Centre you our guest will first see one of the oldest and most prestigious pieces of Belleek ever made. It is called the Belleek International Centre Piece and was displayed at the Paris Exhibition in the year 1900 where it was awarded its fourth gold medal. 

From there you will be taken on a journey through time as you enter the Belleek Pottery Museum which endeavours to tell the story of pottery through its display of collections and archive.  Located on the ground floor adjacent to the audio- visual theatre, the museum showcases the story of Belleek design and production.   

Many of the pieces in the museum have been donated by collectors and other owners who wished visitors to the pottery to see and appreciate the wide range of wonderful creations crafted and made down through the years.  

The museum allows you the visitor the opportunity to obtain an extensive visual understanding of the development of Belleek Pottery from a historical and a creative viewpoint.  

You can peruse the museum for as long as you like, before or after your tour. Our audio-visual film is also a must-see.