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The Pot Painting Shed

Pottery Centres and Ceramic Cafes, Indoor
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Location iconGlossop
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Attraction Information

Don’t let the weather spoil your plans! Go to The Pot Painting Shed and have fun getting creative indoors. As long as you have an artistic flair, age doesn’t matter. Pottery painting is fun for all ages and abilities.

The studio has a huge selection of over 70 different pots to choose from, including money boxes, trinket boxes, words, letters, ornaments, seasonal & much more. Just pick your favourite and get down to business! To make you feel comfy, The Pot Painting Shed serves a free brew & juice with each pot painted.

You don’t have to wait to take your artwork home! The Pot Painting Shed uses fast drying shiny acrylic paint, so there’s no firing and glazing involved. Simply dry your pot with a hair dryer and take it away the same day.

  • Choose from over 70 pots to paint
  • Take your pot home with you same day
  • Available to book for birthday parties

Opening hours

Term Time
Monday to Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:30 - 16:00

Bank Holiday
Monday to Sunday 10:30 - 16:00

Last Entry

1 hour before attraction closes



Hartley's Garden Centre Ltd, Wimberry Hill, Cemetery Road,
SK13 1DQ,

Phone number

01457 854455


The attraction's car park entrance and Garden Centre is just off Woodhead Road and on Cemetery Road.


General Admission
All Ages from £5.00


FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info


Aprons will be provided. It is advised to wear clothes that you don't mind getting paint on.

Public Transport

The attraction is a 15 minute walk from Glossop train station and main bus stops.

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