The Adrien Dubouché National Museum is available to visit without a guide. A leaflet is given to each visitor as they enter, containing essential information about the museum. The leaflet presents the different areas, and explains the main stages in the history of ceramics.
You can also download the museum app which will help you before, throughout and after your visit.
You can also find the museum map and chronological route of the visit here, in multiple languages.
For more in-depth information, explanatory porcelain signs can be found throughout the museum, which provide essential information for understanding the history of ceramics.
On the first Sunday of every month, entrance to the museum is free for everyone, a great opportunity to discover the museum’s collections and the temporary exhibitions with family or friends.
Every year, the museum puts on a series of guided tours known as “Les Lundis du musée” (Mondays at the Museum) when a tour guide takes you on a guided tour of the collections. A free cup of tea is provided by the Friends of the Museum association at the end of the tour.
To find out more, you can look at the programme in our agenda.
To book your entry ticket directly online, click here.