The Museum

Created in 1824 to bring together a collection of ceramic objects from the four corners of the world and intended to be a source of inspiration for the Manufacture's craftsmen, the National Museum of Ceramics is a unique institution, the first in France to be devoted to the arts of fire.

With more than 60,000 ceramic works and objects covering the entire history of humanity, the collection is used for thematic exhibitions presented in the museum or outside the walls and, each year, allows the organisation of numerous loans to leading French or international institutions.