FAIENCE MUSEUM

Sarreguemines earthenware in all its states!

The discreet facade of this town centre building hides its game well! On the first floor, the museum conceals a real treasure classified as a historical monument, almost unsuspected from the outside. If you had been a distinguished guest in 1882, you would probably have been received by Paul de Geiger, the emblematic director of the Sarreguemines earthenware factory, in his magnificent Winter Garden decorated with earthenware tiles. Today, this beautiful house transformed into a museum can be visited all year round. Young and old alike can discover the most beautiful examples of Sarreguemines' internationally renowned earthenware production from the 19th and 20th centuries. One thing is certain, you will see a lot!

And don't forget to end your visit with a little diversions to the earthenware kiln... of course! This enormous 11-metre high brick dome is located outside the museum. The ultimate witness of the first industrial revolution still has many secrets to reveal!

Free admission on the first Sunday of each month and during the Christmas Market

  • Équipements pour les enfants
  • Groupes acceptés
  • Accessible aux personnes handicapées moteur
You will appreciate :

Une magnifique collection de vases, fresques, cheminées, en faïence

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Benefits & Services
  • Other languages spoken : English, German
  • Equipment : Toilets
  • Equipment for children : Jeux pour enfant
  • Location : In town centre
  • Means of payment : French holiday vouchers, Cash, Bank and GIRO cheques
Prices & Schedules
  • Adulte plein tarif6 €
  • Tarif réduit5 €
  • Gratuit pour les moins de18 ans
FAIENCE MUSEUM
15-17 Rue Poincaré
57200 SARREGUEMINES
03 87 98 93 50 http://www.sarreguemines-museum.eu
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FAIENCE MUSEUM
15-17 Rue Poincaré 57200 SARREGUEMINES
03 87 98 93 50 http://www.sarreguemines-museum.eu