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Pottery Museum of Red Wing, Red Wing

(4.3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Who likes things old and vintage pottery is, of course, but antique shops than it is on the 3rd floor, this is a must-see! Lenga Bill at Potter Place, as the building is very beautiful. I had phantom Shinsaibashi (12/16) under construction is 2-3 floor antique shop is still vacant. Fire King, Pyrex, Depression Glass. If the traditional American dishes is what here. And, it is furniture, decor, clothing and textiles. The shops here are better may not. Minnesota antiques enthusiasts who went here at all times. To understand America today should still be experienced past United States. This old knick-knacks and feeling better and get the feel of the old American. I went four hours here because of family antiques like if said shop and go looking for something in particular, very giving people advice.
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  • Lots and lots history of pottery of all shapes, sizes and styles of yesterday. Beautifully and intricately handcrafted . 
  • What a great experience. While somewhat small in appearance from the outside, this museum is a love letter to the history, people and artifacts that made Red Wing the n'est plus ultra of American ston...  more »
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  • Great place to enjoy a day off! There is a allot to look at little candy shop inside:) and antique galore !
  • Cool history here, but the layout it not very inviting. Some of the largest and oldest pieces of Pottery are found here. It's locally sponsored which is sweet and the gift shop is entirely donated.
  • Really interesting to learn the history of red wing pottery. The lady in the gift shop was very knowledgeable and fun to talk to.
  • Awesome experience. Beautiful building. The displays are fascinating. They really illustrate the hidtory of pottery production in this community.
  • The kids really enjoyed the building and the employees working inside were all so nice, we stopped at the candy shop on the main level, yummm