Arts & Culture


Pottery studio, permaculture demo site and workshop venue. @lyle_krimchanski and @alilaceramics working together to hold spaces for knowledge sharing, mostly around making and firing pots and growing plants but hopefully, that repertoire will grow as we grow. Lyle is an ecological designer with a soft spot for wetlands, growing edibles and starting plants and Alila is a studio potter, bread baker and all-round handywoman and together we are Kin

081 322 5166

The Potter's House

Pottery studio & Gallery with a pretty TEA GARDEN specialising in Home Made SCONES, CLOTTED CREAM and local Jams. We make our all our products in our on-site workshops. Our pottery is hand built and hand painted by SON RAY CERAMICS with wheel work pieces by Johnny Hart. We use as much local ingredients as we can in our soaps and bath salts. We also have beautiful locally made jewellery by Rachel Beaton who sources her beads from all over Africa. Each piece is unique.

Opening Times:

Friday- Sunday 09h00 – 14h00

074 388 7992

McGregor Art Circle

A group of creative people who celebrate the arts.

We have 35 artists in our group who paint, photograph, sculpt and do pottery.

Our website – is a portal for these artists who also have their own websites.

McGregor has always been known for its Cape Victorian architecture and historical cottages which provide wonderful inspiration for artists and photographers. Our landscapes of mountains, vineyards, sunrises and sunsets are breathtaking in all seasons.

The energy and light in McGregor also contributes to the quality of creative work by our artists.

At The Courtyard

The theatre style shows are becoming widely known throughout the country for being one of the most loving, joyful, experiences for artists to share their hearts, their passion and their incredible stories to a wonderfully engaged audience. 

Pride is taken in making the artists feel adored, praised and making the venue as so many have put it, “our home away from home”.

Brilliant acoustics, joy filled atmosphere and a discerning appreciative audience makes for an experience of the arts that is nothing less than magical. 

076 038 5659


The McGregor Tourism office is located in a grand old building on the corner of Church and Voortrekker streets. Feel free to contact us for any information regarding accommodation, restaurants, places of interest, activities and events. We will gladly assist you. Also feel free to visit our Facebook and Instagram pages.