A Peek Inside Our Strasburg Retail Pottery Store
Collectible and beautiful works of art. Premium home decor, functional use and gift items. Handmade in Lancaster County, PA.
Located in historic Strasburg, PA, our retail pottery store offers a wide range of stoneware and redware pottery for sale. Although Hart Road Potters is a new name, you will find beautiful works of art created by the same artists and potters who worked at Eldreth Pottery. We continue to produce the variety of quality salt-glazed and redware pottery our customers have cherished for years. We look forward to seeing you.
Strasburg Area Points of Interest
You’ll find much to do in the local Strasburg area. Here’s a link to Discover Lancaster, the official site for the Lancaster Tourist Bureau, where you can find restaurants, lodging, and events ranging from train museums to theater performances.
And… Our Oxford Pottery Studio and Retail Pottery Store
See artists at work and tour the studio, You’ll also find collectible and beautiful works of art, premium home decor and functional use and gift items. All handmade in Lancaster County, PA.
At our Oxford retail pottery store and studio, you can talk to the artists and tour the studio. You’ll also find a wide range of stoneware and redware pottery for sale in our retail shop there. Although Hart Road Potters is a new name, you will find beautiful works of art created by the same artists and potters who worked at Eldreth Pottery.
A Countryside Ride through Southern Lancaster County and Amish Farmlands
The Oxford location is about 22 miles south of the Strasburg retail pottery store and takes about 35 minutes to get from Strasburg to the Oxford studio and retail store. The southern end has lots of prime farmland, as well as other historical and scenic attractions. Among them are Robert Fulton Birthplace (Robert Fulton was an artist and well known for having built the steamboat Clermont, which in 1807 successfully made the trip up the Hudson River against winds and strong currents), the Hans Herr House (the oldest structure and the oldest Mennonite meetinghouse in Lancaster County), Susquehannock State Park (offers panoramic views of the Susquehanna River, seen from the 380 feet high overlooks), and much more.