In the heart of the world capital of the arts of fire, the Adrien Dubouché National Museum offers a fluid and didactic journey to discover ceramics. Bearing the name of a patron, the museum presents the richest public collection of Limoges porcelain, in an architectural setting that sublimates the objects.

City of Ceramics – Sèvres & Limoges

The visit begins with the different stages of porcelain manufacturing, then reveals the great moments in the history of ceramics from antiquity to contemporary times, with a unique collection of Limoges porcelain, the pearl of these some 18000 objects kept in the museum.

Pratical information

    • The museum is open every day, except Tuesday, de 10 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 14 p.m. to 17:45 p.m.

    • Exceptional closures on December 25 and January 1.

    • The museum is accessible to Handicapped. Lockers are provided free of charge for anyone with an entry ticket.

    • For security reasons, visitors must deposit their luggage, backpacks, large umbrellas, etc. Wheelchairs and folding seats are available at the museum reception.


  • Prices: Full price: 7 €
  • Group rate: 5 €
  • Reduced price : 5 € (subject to price changes during the year).
  • Free for those under 26, active teachers, group leaders,
    job seekers and RSA beneficiaries. The museum is free for all
    visitors every first Sunday of the month.
  • Ticketing partnership: Manufacture Bernardaud and Casseaux oven museum.
    Reduced rate on presentation of an entry ticket to one of the two sites.

Limoges City Pass : Free access to the permanent collections on presentation of the pass.

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