We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Art-Ful is Worthings favourite pottery cafe. A fabulous place to escape the screens that dominate our daily lives and get creative. Great for kids of all ages and parents who want to make a masterpiece. Spend an hour or so, have a bite to eat, enjoy...more
I have done pottery painting before, and just love it. But Art-ful has to be the best place I’ve found. It is fun, friendly, helpful and an amazing range of paints and ink-pens. Coffee is delicious too. I’ve only lived here a little while and...More
This was a perfect 2 hours as part of a family activity weekend for 15 adults ranging ages from 21 to 82. With little creative experience between us, Nina explained it really simply and was on hand to help throughout. There were so many patterns,...More
We have visited Art-Ful quite a few times, and always had a great time! There is a great choice of pottery to paint, and the slime making looked awesome.. my grandchildren want to go back and do that next time.
Very helpful staff with a...More
I cannot speak more highly of Art-ful!
We went for a nice chilled afternoon of painting, cake-like things and tea... and it did the job and more!
Most pottery cafes are literally just painting pottery... and a stamp... but this place offers advice and techniques...More
Visited here yesterday with my wife and 8 year old daughter. We all ended up making a pottery tile piece and loved the experience. The manager there is lovely and so helpful. The atmosphere is great. We can’t wait to go back in a few...More
Art-ful is an amazing place! Chilled out and exciting simultaneously. Nina is coolness personified, even in the heat of a chocolate fountain malfunction! Could not have wished for a better venue. Thank you Nina!
I had walked past this shop many times, and it always looks quite magical. Last year I had a baby Daughter, and thought I would go and print her hands or feet on something as a keepsake. I had been to a similar place in...More