Seagrove, NC - The Potters’ Pumpkin Patch events are held by a group of Potters in Seagrove, NC during the Saturdays in October. These events are hosted by Blue Hen Pottery, Seagrove Stoneware, The Triangle Studio, Crystal King Pottery, and Thomas Pottery. Experience Autumn in Seagrove by exploring five individual shops that are featuring Fall-themed decorative and functional pottery, festive woodland animal sculptures, and their signature ceramic pumpkins and gourds. Spend the day in the country on the Potters’ Pumpkin Patch Trail, along the scenic Pottery Highway, and stop in at one of the locations to get a map and list of events. Visit each participating shop to meet the artists, shop for Fall specialty items, and take part in special activities that vary from location to location. 

You might think a pumpkin is just a pumpkin, but you will find that these talented hosts all have their own unique style and their own handmade seasonal interpretations. Find the latest fall designs, pottery pumpkins, gourds, fall home décor, and seasonal tableware for all your baking needs. Each participating shop offers a different experience so pick up a map and follow the trail. Please visit for a list of happenings, to find out more about each Potter and their shop’s weekly open hours. 

As an event sponsor, The General Wine and Brew will offer handmade collectible pottery mugs and a seasonal selection of pumpkin brews. The General Wine and Brew is a retail wine shop and bar and is located at 124 West Main Street, in downtown Seagrove. In addition to their regular hours, they will be open each Saturday in October from 12 - 9 pm. The opening weekend of Saturday, October 2nd they will feature Hilltop Seafood Truck from 12 - 6 pm. For more information visit their website: 

Pottery shops in Seagrove are the ideal getaway for a day or weekend trip. The countryside is beautiful, the pottery is exquisite, and the individual shop locations are perfect for social distancing. The Pottery Capital of the United States, Seagrove, is in the central piedmont of North Carolina where more than 100 ceramic artists call home. Visitors can shop galleries and studios from the town’s center, extending to a 20-mile radius along the scenic NC Pottery Highway. Tour the Seagrove shops to experience the 200-year old pottery-making tradition as well as the contemporary evolution of its artful pottery Makers. The pottery shops of Seagrove are open year-round so come see us today.  

We are doing everything we can to help facilitate a safe and healthy atmosphere while you shop. The participating shops will follow the CDC guidelines that are currently recommended.