Arts and Crafts

Clay Casa San Antonio

Where is it at?

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Clay Casa
502 Embassy Oaks #107
San Antonio
TX
78216
Tel: 210 402 6656

Where are we going today?

Are you feeling creative? So are we - and so is Clay Casa in San Antonio!

Clay Casa is a great place for kids and the family to spend some time getting creative, and even getting those fingers a little messy!

Clay Casa is a place where they encourage kids to express themselves, and so there is no right or wrong answer. They can create anything they want! Clay Casa is also great for kids who are starting out with painting and pottery, because they don't actually have to create the pottery pieces themselves.

They just have to worry about how to decorate it!

When you arrive, you just choose your own piece of pottery, out of the hundreds on display.

Then, there are over 60 glazes that you can pick from, to create your masterpiece. They have so many different colors, and some are speciality, such as speckled. Pretty cool!

Kids can use a number of tools and techniques too, to really go to town on their design. There are stamps, sponges, stencils and much more ready to be explored.  There are friendly staff members on hand that can encourage kids, and help them with any questions they might have.

Then, once you've finished, you just leave it with the team, who will glaze and fire your creation, then you just go and pick it up. It's that easy!

It's not just pottery at Clay Casa either. If you love puzzles, they have mosaics too, where you take small glass pieces, or tiles and gems, and then arrange them to create something pretty special.

Art is waiting at this fun Texas pottery studio. Are you ready to bring out your super creative side?!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsNo Studio Fees. Pieces from around $15
  • ChildrenSame as adult
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

11am - 6pm Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sat / 11am - 9pm Fri / 1pm - 6pm Sun

All year round. Closed Tuesdays

Teachers corner

They have great art camps over the holidays, as well as classes for those whoo want to learn a bit more about the techniques. They also have field trips for over 15 students, for 45 minutes. They can come to you too!.

I'm Hungry!

There are plenty of things to enjoy in the area before or after your time at Clay Casa!.

Any Top Tips?

They do kids AND adult parties! They have three packages you can pick from, so why not enjoy getting creative on your next birthday or celebration!.

Doing our bit

They know safety is important, which is why all the glazes and paints are non-toxic and safe for kids.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff if you have any special needs that they can help you with!.

Can I get one of those?

You get to keep what you make! About a week after you leave the studio, they'll give you a call to go pick up your masterpiece.

More information

They have patch classes for Girl Scouts!.

What people are saying?

  • "Great fun!"

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    While a bit pricey, the kids get to make beautiful art they can take home! ( keep in mind that some art needs to be baked and glazed so needs a few day before ready to be picked up so if vacationing then maybe make this a first day visit)

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