Clay N Latte

San Diego, CA

Arts and Crafts
3 (5 reviews)

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Address: 10175 Rancho Carmel Dr, San Diego, CA 92128, USA How do we get there? Number: 858-487-9293
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About this activity

Love to paint?  Good - so do we!  The fun thing about the creatively named Clay N Latte is that they do the ground work for you.  They provide you with a fun ceramic piece from their collection, as well as paints, brushes, sponges, stamps, stencils...everything you could want! Then all you have to do is work out what colors to use and how creative you want to be!

Then, the friendly staff will glaze and fire it (that means make it pretty and cook it!) then in 6 days you will have your masterpiece to take home.

If you want to try something really cool and different, you can try your creative hands at glass fusing!  You will score and cute glass (they are there to make sure you are safe!), then you assemble the pieces then make great art works or jewelry!

If you want to hold your birthday here and get all your friends down to create with you, then you can! All those 6 - 12 year olds can take up their party package offer.  Scouts, you're not left out either!  They have a scout party package just for you too. 

Paintastic is their super fun summer camp for 6 - 14 year olds, where over 10 session you can really find your creative and artistic side, and get right into the pottery making itself, and learn about wheel throwing and clay hand-building, just to name a couple!

Are you ready to get potty and paint!?

Activity location


The deliciously sounding 10175 Rancho Carmel Dr in San Diego is where you'll be able to start getting those skills out!

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How much does it cost?



Painting: $8



Painting (Under 12) $6


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Clay N Latte FAQ’s

They take last seating and pick ups one hour before closing.

It will be 6 days before you can pick up your masterpiece, but then it's your to show off for good!

If you haven't quite finished your masterpiece, you can go back and pay a smaller "Work In Progress" admission fee next time you come back in.

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