Keramik-Museum (Ceramics Museum) Berlin

Keramik-Museum (Ceramics Museum) Berlin

Over 7000 vases, plates and figurines

– © Keramik-Museum Berlin

The Ceramics Museum Berlin was founded as a privately funded initiative in 1990, and the museum was able to secure own premises in the oldest burgher’s house in the Charlottenburg district (built in 1712). Meanwhile the collection at the idyllic building has grown to respectable 7000 pieces, and the museum presents six to seven special exhibitions - some of them concurrently - to show the many faces of ceramic art produced in the German-speaking area of Europe since the middle of the 19th century right up to the present day.

The collection is complemented by a specialist library with a facts and document archive (only some of it open to the public) and various events.

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Schustehrustraße 13
10585 Berlin Charlottenburg
Tel.: 030 – 3212322

infoatkeramik-museum-berlin [dot] de

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Admission 2.00 Euro, free admission for children up to the age of 14

Fri-Mon1p.m. - 5p.m.
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