- Musée National Adrien dubouché - Cité de la Céramique < Click to visit
The museum is open every day, except Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Exceptional closures on December 25 and January 1.
- Manufacture Bernardaud < Click to visit
Discover the history of porcelain and its different stages of manufacturing as well as the annual exhibition of contemporary ceramics at the Fondation Bernardaud. Visit by reservation.
- Atelier Arquié < Click to visit
The Porcelaine Arquié company is a porcelain factory created in 1996 by Pierre Arquié. This company specializes in the production of porcelain objects for tableware, decoration and interior design. Visit by reservation.
Limoges Museum of Fine Arts
The Limoges Museum of Fine Arts is characterized by the diversity and quality of its collections. During the visit, rather than a museum, four collections are revealed to the visitor: an Egyptian collection presenting an exceptional set of models from the Middle Kingdom, a set retracing the history of the city since the ancient Augustoritum, the paintings of Pierre-Auguste Renoir or Suzanne Valadon, a leading painter from Limousin, and of course, in the city of Fire Arts, a collection of internationally renowned enamels
the Limoges Smart Pass
Freely visit the most beautiful tourist sites in Limoges
- What is the Limoges Malin Pass?
You benefit from free entry (only one per site and per pass) to each of the 21 partner tourist sites.
- How to use the Limoges Malin Pass?
At the entrance to the place you wish to visit, present your smart Limoges Pass and enter for free.
- Where to buy the Limoges Malin Pass?
You can come and buy it at the Limoges Métropole tourist office