Explore a wide variety of beautiful local craftwork

Arts & Crafts

Explore a wide variety of beautiful local craftwork made by talented resident creatives on the island.

Barbados stands out as an exquisite destination with a rich and vibrant Afro-Caribbean culture that is reflected in its art. So, you can find beading, watercolors, basketry, mahogany carvings, shell work, jewellery, fine wood, metal sculptures and pottery work representing our Afro-Caribbean heritage. Dotted across the island, you can find craftspeople showcasing their work created out of the island’s readily available natural resources, such as clay, wood, pandanus grass, palm leaves, bamboo, shells and leather. Local craftspeople also showcase during the island’s celebratory cultural festivals and markets, such as the Holetown Festival in February, the Oistins Festival in Easter/early April, Bridgetown Market during Crop Over in July and the Barbados Museum’s Christmas Fair in December.

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Chalky Mount Pottery

Chalky Mount Pottery is located within the parish of St. Andrew. Before you have a glimpse of beautiful potteries, the feel of this quiet, rural village will prepare you for viewing traditional...

Earthworks Pottery

Earthworks Pottery is located in St. Thomas, and each piece in our unique, exquisite collection of custom-made pottery, which will fill most home decorating needs, is produced before your eyes. We...

Red Clay Pottery

Red Clay Pottery is located at Fairfield House, Bridgetown, St. Michael, in a nearby suburb of the city. You are invited to make a stop at the small quaint pottery. They specialize in dinnerware,...


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