Experience expanses of tender fruit farms, vineyards, award winning wineries, the Escarpment Biosphere and the Bruce Trail, great golf and bike trails, great culinary experiences, history, theatre, arts and crafts. You just have to slow down to experience it all!
You will find Forks Road Pottery in the West Niagara town of Grimsby, housed in the historic , Great Western Railway Station. Built c 1855, the station covers over 5000 sq ft and is considered the oldest wooden train station still standing, in Canada.
Our studio is open. Just request a tour of the workshop when you are on site. You will be welcome to watch the process and experience first hand the pottery being made.
From Toronto: Take the QEW to Grimsby, exit #71 (Christie / Ontario / Maple ). Just over the tracks to the right on Ontario St.
From Niagara Falls: Take the QEW to Grimsby, exit #71(Maple / Ontario / Christie). Just over the tracks to the left on Ontario St.
Alternative: In Niagara, you may prefer to travel the smaller Highway #8, passing through orchards, vineyards and small towns.
May- December: 10.00am – 5.30 pm and often by chance or by appointment
January- April: Friday & Saturday 10.00am- 5 pm
Forks Road Pottery has been in business since 1978 making quality hand thrown and decorated porcelain. We are located in the historic train station in Grimsby, Ontario next to the Queen Elizabeth Highway at the Ontario Street exit, an easy nip off the highway when you are cruising in the Niagara Area. Come in and meet our potter, Marsha Cox and check out what we do.