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Marshall Pottery & Museum


category : Museums
Established in 1896, one of the largest manufacturers of glazed pottery in the U.S., producing millions of red clay pots and hand-turned stoneware pots yearly. Museum features history of the facility for the past 100 years, and shows pottery as an art form in video presentation that takes visitors through the entire process from digging clay to the finished piece. Other exhibits include antique pottery wheel and photographs from the pottery's beginning. At main showroom 2.5 miles SE of Marshall on F.M. 31, visitors see hundreds of kinds of decorative and utility pots, bowls, plaques and figurines. Ddemonstrations of pottery-making and firing; greenhouse. Old World Store sells pottery and related items. Also RV park with 18 sites with water and electricity; dump station. Reservations accepted for camping.


Hours: Hours Open: Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sun. 10 - 6 p.m
Address: 4901 Elysian Fields Rd.
Phone: 903/938-9201

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