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Paint Your Own Pottery – Perfect for Father’s Day

Looking for Father’s Day ideas? The Museum of Royal Worcester Paint Your Own Pottery ceramic studio could be just what you are looking for. Join us to create a beautiful surprise gift or perhaps book as a fun day out with Dad.

With lots of pots to choose from you are sure to find the ideal gift, we have woodland creatures and wild animal figurines, mugs, plates and even doggy bowls for Dad’s loyal companion.

We are taking bookings for groups of up to six people per table, with plenty of time create your perfect Father’s Day gift.

The Museum is open for fun before and after your Paint Your Own Pottery session. Bring the children for a visit and discover playing tea-parties, our children’s trail to find Pudding the factory cat, and NEW exhibition Botanical Treasures. Under 16’s get free entry to the Museum and we are close to excellent local cafe GoodRoots, Worcester’s famous Cathedral, River Severn lovely riverside walks and the high street, so you really can enjoy the perfect Father’s Day at the Museum.

Book your table today for just £15.

BOOK YOUR SESSION

How does Paint-Your-Own-Pottery work?

  • Bring your booking confirmation with you on the day
  • You’ll be seated at your own table, and provided with a range of paints to use
  • Groups of up to six
  • Choose from mugs, plates, doggy bowls, woodland creatures and wild animal figurines or vases.
  • 90 minutes to get creative
  • Friendly staff will be on hand to help if required
  • When you’re finished we will glaze and fire your pottery
  • We’ll contact you when your pot is ready (7-10 days)

How much does Paint-Your-Own-Pottery at the Museum of Royal Worcester cost?

Pre-book for just £15 per table (groups of up to 6, 90 minute session), plus the cost of the pottery item you choose (prices from £9). We’ll then discount £5 off your total spend at the end of your session.

How long will I have to wait for my pot to be ready?

Once you’ve finished painting, we will take your item, glaze it and fire it in our kiln. Colours will become richer, and your item will have a hard shiny clear surface – which is food safe should you wish to use it once you take it home.

Please give us 7 – 10 days to glaze and fire, and we will then contact you to let you know your item is ready for collection. Pots can be posted to you if needed at an additional cost – please speak to a member of staff on the day if this is required.

Where is the Museum of Royal Worcester located?

Located in the heart of  Worcester city, we are close to parking and a 15 minute walk from Foregate Street Train Station. We are also conveniently close to local cafes and restaurants, the beautiful river Severn and famous Worcester Cathedral – so you and your family really can make a day of it when you visit the Museum of Royal Worcester.

Can we visit the Museum before or after our Paint-Your-Own-Pot session?

Yes, absolutely we would love to welcome you into the Museum. Under 16’s go free, and we have plenty to see and do – including playing tea-parties, our children’s trail to find Pudding the factory cat, and our NEW collaborative exhibition ‘Botanical Treasures’ between the Museum of Royal Worcester and the Gloucestershire Society for Botanical Illustration (GSBI). Artworks by the GSBI’s talented members, many of whom are RHS medal winners, will be displayed alongside the museum’s beautiful collections of porcelain and original archives.

How is this event COVID safe?

We are so excited to finally open our doors and welcome you all back to the Museum of Royal Worcester, but we know how important it is to make sure we are all safe. Therefore we ask that you wear a mask, unless you have a valid exemption, adhere to the 2 meter distancing rule for those outside of your bubble and to regularly use our sanitising stations. We offer contactless payment and ensure the museum is thoroughly cleaned. Watch our visit safely video to learn more.

We ask that if you, or anyone who you have been in contact with, shows symptoms of COVID, please stay at home and to not visit the Museum. Let’s help to keep each other safe.

Ready to get creative?

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