Cedar Creek Gallery & Pottery, Creedmoor

4.8
Cedar Creek Gallery offers for sale the work of over 200 of America's most accomplished craftspeople in a unique, relaxing atmosphere. Not just a gallery, but also a museum, a nursery, and a community of working studio craftsmen. A wonderful place to bring the entire family for a unique shopping experience and a picnic on the beautiful landscaped grounds.

From Raleigh: Take US 50 North towards Creedmoor, go 6 miles past the intersection of US 50 and NC 98, turn left on Old Weaver Trail, go 3 miles, turn right on Boyce Rd (stone house on corner), go 1 mile and turn right on Fleming Rd, go 300 yards and turn in at Cedar Creek sign.

From Durham and Chapel Hill: Go 9 miles north of Durham on I-85, exit at first Creedmoor exit 186A, turn right at first crossroad on Will Suitt Rd, turn left on Fleming Rd, go 300 yards and turn in at Cedar Creek sign.

From Henderson, NC and Richmond, VA: Go south on I-85, exit third Butner exit 186, turn left on US 15 North, turn right at first crossroads onto Will Suit Rd, turn left on Fleming Rd, go 300 yards and turn in at Cedar Creek sign.
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  • We did an entire Christmas shopping list here - prices were quite reasonable and a wide range of offerings. That all this was housed in a marvelous jumble of little wooden buildings connected together...  more »
  • I was looking for a particular pottery artist and Cedar Creek Gallery was one that carried it. Not only did Les check to see what they had in stock but he went above and beyond taking pictures of the ...  more »
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  • This gallery was fantastic. We went during the fall festival. It was amazing, came away with a few things that were so beautiful. Looking forward to a spring or next year's fall festival because we definitely want to go back and get more pottery and glass pieces.
  • Unique, beautiful gallery full of local art/crafts, it's tucked away at the end of a lovely country drive (or was for me, coming from Raleigh.) The hours of operation are great - I'm off on Sundays & so many things are closed, but they aren't! Large variety of pottery, glass, & incredible jewelry, lots of it locally made. My credit cards & I could get in some serious trouble here! They also welcome you to bring a picnic to enjoy on the grounds, so I'd definitely consider that next time.

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