In its 26th year, the Polish Pottery Festival is scheduled to be held this year in the city of Boleslawiec, in the Lower Silesia region of Poland, from August 19-23, 2020. It’s possible that this year’s festival will be either postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic because it draws thousands of people from all over Poland and the world. A must for aficionados of pottery, this festival features some of best handmade ceramics Made in Poland.
Over the course of five days, starting on Wednesday thru Sunday, both attendees and exhibitors have unlimited attractions to experience. Some of them include:
- The largest ceramics fair in Poland
- Great shopping, interesting shows and live entertainment
- Ceramics and sculpting workshops
- Pottery manufacturers tours
- Ceramics Museum in Boleslawiec tours and ceramics workshops for visitors
- Unveiling and exhibition of new pottery designs
- Demonstrations of historical pottery
- “Ceramics Carnival” – the opening parade of the 26th Polish Pottery Festival in Boleslawiec, Poland – scheduled at 6PM on Friday
- Display of ceramics from around the world from countries such as Italy, Israel, Great Britain, Norway, India, Australia etc.
- Clay show – parade of clay figures
- Flea market
We’ve been planning small-group tour “The Flavors of Lower Silesia and Wroclaw and Polish Pottery Festival” this year from August 16-22, 2020 and will be offering it again in August 2021! Our groups enjoy three full days at the Polish Pottery Festival and can extend their stay until the end of the festival weekend. We encourage you to please keep checking our website for updates and 2020/2021 tours schedule, and join us to experience Poland and Polish Pottery Festival!
| Malgorzata (Sarna) Rose, is a native of Poland. Poland Culinary Vacations grew out of her love and passion for travel and everything Polish, including fine Polish cuisine, eventually blossoming into a first-class culinary travel company. While growing up in Poland, she experienced the great joy of cooking with family and friends. Using her grandmothers' recipes and fresh ingredients from their gardens, they prepared food for weddings, parties, and traditional holidays. Now, through Poland Culinary Vacations, she wants to share that experience with you, and show you the best of everyday Polish living: the special people and their hospitality, and the heritage and traditions unique to each region. Only a native can help you discover and fully experience the authentic Poland!
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