Practical information

Admission

Full rate : €7
Concessionary rate and group rate : €5

Free for young people under 26, teachers in active employment, group leaders, recipients of unemployment benefit and RSA (income support).

The museum is free for everyone on the first Sunday of every month.

A ticket for the museum’s permanent collections also gives you access to the temporary exhibitions.
The entrance ticket is valid all day. This means you can leave the museum and come back later, on the same day.

Partnership with the Bernardaud manufactory

The Adrien Dubouché National Museum and the Bernardaud manufactory offer a joint discount to visitors: for a ticket bought in one of them, a discount is applied in the other museum.
Information on terms and conditions are available at the ticket office of each museum.

Partnership with Le Four des Casseaux museum

The Adrien Dubouché National Museum and Le Four des Casseaux museum offer a joint discount to visitors for these exceptional museums.
Information on terms and conditions are available at the ticket office of each museum.

All the activites rates can be found here.

Reservation

You can book your guided visit with Cultival company :
Email: contact@cultival.fr
Web: cultival.fr
Post: 42, rue des Jeûneurs – 75002 Paris
Phone: 01 42 46 92 04, from monday to friday from 9:30am to 6:00pm
Fax: 01 48 00 93 93, from monday to friday from 9:30am to 6:00pm

Opening times

The museum is open every day, except Tuesday, from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm till 5.45pm.
Closed on 25 December and 1 January.

The museum has full disabled access.
A cloakroom service is provided free of charge to anyone with an entrance ticket. For reasons of security, visitors must leave their luggage, backpacks and large umbrellas in the cloakroom.
Wheelchairs and folding chairs are available at the museum reception.

How to get there

By car : 600-space car park opposite the museum and two underground car parks (Place d’Aine and Place de la Motte), all chargeable.

Tourist coach : dedicated parking in front of the museum.

Public transport : Bus no. 6 or no. 8 – Place Winston Churchill stop.

By train : Limoges – Bénédictins railway station (1.5km from the museum) has numerous regional and national connections. Buses no. 6 and no. 8 also go directly from the station to the museum.

By aeroplane : Limoges – Bellegarde international airport is located 15 minutes from the museum.

It is strongly recommanded not to bring suitcases and luggages to the museum. Only luggages not  exceeding 55cm*35cm*20cm will be accepted
Luggages and big items are not allowed.
 
Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience and delay which may be caused by the extra security checks at the entrance.

Contacts

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Accessibility

The museum has full disabled access.

Disabled people and their companion are admitted free of charge to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.
For guided tours, disabled people are offered a concessionary rate and their companion is free of charge.
On the guided tours, the focus is on discovering the material and observing some of the museum’s masterpieces. After visiting the collections, you can enjoy a porcelain painting workshop, subject to booking.

Every month, a tactile tour is organised for the sight-impaired, in partnership with the Valentin Haüy Association.

Information on activities can be obtained from the visitor information and communications department.
Tel. : +33 (0)5 55 33 08 58 – contact@limogesciteceramique.fr

Services

The bookshop is managed by Cultival and has books on ceramics, postcards, reproductions of works of art, tableware, jewellery etc.

Phone : + 33 (0)5 55 33 08 55