Visit the Bendigo Pottery Interpretive Museum, step back in time and learn about the production processes, machinery, working conditions and traditional skills of Bendigo Pottery from its beginning in 1858 to the present. Bendigo Pottery has one of the most significant collections of historic wood fired kilns in the world. The Interpretive Museum is built around the old kilns and contains displays of equipment used over the years and product made at the pottery since 1858.
Bendigo Pottery is thought to have the largest surviving collection of historic wood fired kilns in the world which includes 5 bottle kilns, 3 circular kilns and 2 rectangular kilns. All kilns have been classified by Heritage Victoria.