Local artisans created the ceramics, unique to the area, at the end of 14th century. The production of the wares involved delicate glazing, which blended the green glaze of Ly-Tran dynasties ceramic and blue and white decorative patterns. The new type of pottery reached its popularity in 15-16th century and in 1992, the archaeological site in Chu Dau was listed as a national heritage site.
The tourism programme in the village will include an exhibition of ancient and contemporary ceramic collections and a map of ceramic production sites throughout the country. Ceramic artisans will also be detailed and a worshipping ceremony will be held to commemorate artisan Bui Thi Hy, predecessor of ceramic craft. The programme is also to include a guided tour through the village and a visit to the archaeological site.