According to history, Phuoc Tich ancient village was built around the 1470s, under King Le Thanh Tong. The 500year history of Phuoc Tich village - the name named by Gia Long himself is also the time when Phuoc Tich Ceramic Village was formed and developed, becoming a typical product of the Village, becoming a product of the King's offering for a time.
At the entrance of the village is a gold apple tree that is more than 500 years old, and a shrine dedicated to Confucius At the end of the village, there is the shrine of the founder of Hoang Minh Hung, who was appointed as the protector of the village, and worshipped the founder of the Ceramic profession.
In the past, the whole village had 12 kilns active day and night, producing durable and eye-catching ceramic products. Then transported by boat from O Lau river wharf (12 water wharves) to sell in neighboring provinces such as Quang Tri, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai... and spread throughout the country.
For hundreds of years of existence, Ceramic has been closely associated with the residents of the village and has become a famous brand. But around 1989, Ceramic in Phuoc Tich village began to decline, and in 1995 the last Ceramic kiln extinguished.
In recent years, during the Hue Festival from 2006 to the present, Phuoc Tich traditional Ceramic village was introduced through traditional Ceramic exhibitions and the festival "Ancient incense of Phuoc Tich ancient village" has attracted the attention of a large number of domestic and foreign tourists. As a result, after twenty years of extinguishing the craft, today Phuoc Tich Ceramic village has been revived and become a tourism product, as well as an experience service for tourists near and far when coming to Phuoc Tich Ancient Village.