Directions to Old Time Pottery in Parma Heights
Old Time Pottery of Parma Heights is located on W 130th St., across from the Southland Shopping Center, just South of Pearl Rd. and North of Bagley Rd.
From the North/Outerbelt S Fwy. (Route 480)
Take exit 12 (Eastbound) or 12B (Westbound) for W 130th St. Use any lane to turn left onto W 130th St. Travel 3.3 miles, passing Kurtz Park and Big Creek Pkwy. Turn left after Medcare Center to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
From the East/Willow Fwy. (Route 77)
Take exit 153 toward Seven Hills, and turn left onto E Pleasant Valley Rd. Travel 6.7 miles, passing the Pleasant Valley Shopping Center, Ridge Rd. and continue onto Bagley Rd. Just past Bethel Christian Church, turn right onto W Pleasant Valley Rd. and stay left at the fork with Oakwood Rd. to stay on W Pleasant Valley Rd. Turn right onto W 130th St. and travel 0.6 miles. Turn right after Bakers Square to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
From the South/Ohio's Turnpike/I-80
Take exit 161 to merge onto I-71 North toward Cleveland. Travel 1.8 miles and take exit 234 to merge onto US-42 N/Pearl Rd. Travel 2 miles on Pearl Rd., passing Jaworski Meats and Middleburg Plaza. Turn right onto Smith Rd./Visconsi Way right after passing Ganley Lincoln. After 0.5 miles, turn left onto W 130th St. and turn right after Bakers Square to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
From the West/I-71
Northbound: Take exit 234 to merge onto US-42 N/Pearl Rd. Travel 2 miles on Pearl Rd., passing Stonebrook Driving Range and Grace Church. Turn right onto Smith Rd./Visconsi Way right after passing El Rodeo Mexican Restaurant. After 0.5 miles, turn left onto W 130th St. and turn right after Bakers Square to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
Southbound: Take exit 235 for Bagley Rd. and use the 2 left lanes to turn left onto Bagley Rd. Travel 2.1 miles, passing Pearl Rd. and Baldwin Creek Dr., and turn left onto W 130th St. Travel 0.8 miles, passing Invictus High School, and turn right after Bakers Square to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot.
Affordable Home Goods in Parma Heights
When you are looking for seasonal décor, home accents, outdoor living, or new furniture and start searching “home store near me,” look no further than Old Time Pottery. You’ll find bean bag chairs perfect for students and college dorm rooms and bed and bath items that make your home a cozy haven. We are the one-stop-shop home décor outlet with everything you need to level up your home’s décor.
Whether you’ve just moved to Parma Heights and need furniture for every room, or just a few items to refresh your bathroom, living room, dining room, or patio, Old Time Pottery has the best selection and prices that can’t be beat. Check out our selection of rugs, planters, floral displays, decorative storage, mirrors, and wall art. We’ve got your home covered from floor to ceiling, and we have something for every room in your home.
Keep your home free of clutter with smart storage solutions for your kitchen, bedroom, and laundry room. Organization is easy and stylish with drawers, bins, and decorative baskets. Practical plastic and foam containers keep clutter out of sight in the closets and craft rooms. And don’t forget cleaning tools to keep everything neat and tidy: we have those, too.
In addition to dining room tables and chairs, we also offer glassware, dinnerware, serve ware, flatware, cookware, bakeware, kitchen accessories, and cooking gadgets to make your time in the kitchen a pleasure. Pick up all the things you need to make entertaining easy. And don’t forget linens such as placemats, napkins, and tablecloths that add flair to your table every day as well as on special occasions.
What to Know about Parma Heights
A western suburb of Cleveland in Cuyahoga County, Parma Heights, Ohio, features quiet neighborhoods with tree-lined streets. It is flanked on the south, east, and north by the city of Parma, with Brook Park and Middlebury Heights on its west side.
Originally called “Greenbriar” after the rambling bushes that grew there, it was first surveyed in 1806 and first settled in 1816. By 1826, it became Parma Township, named after Parma, Italy, when an early founding father traveled to Italy and was impressed with the city of Parma. In 1911, the Village of Parma Heights separated itself from Parma and became the City of Parma Heights in 1956.
The city’s recreational center, Greenbrier Commons, reflects the early roots of Parma Heights. The center is a hub of activity with yoga, youth swimming lessons, pickleball, sand volleyball, bocce ball, shuffleboard, and a playground. There is something for everyone. Concerts and movies under the stars are also available in summertime.
Notable points of interest within the city include Nathan Hale Park, Stroud Park, Yorktown Green Park, Lexington Green Park, Kutz Park, and the Snow Road Picnic Area. These outdoor areas offer plenty of activities throughout the year.
With eighteen reservations in the surrounding area, there are plenty of year-round activities for Parma Heights residents of all ages, including nature education programs, mountain biking, hiking, birding, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding. In the winter, residents find many opportunities for skiing and snowshoeing on the same trails they’ve hiked and biked on in better weather.