Musée National Adrien Dabouché


Founded in 1845, the Musée National Adrien Dabouché is full of ceramics - pottery, earthenware, stoneware and, in particular, Limoges porcelain. With over 15,000 works and a room dedicated to the manufacturing processes of these ceramics, it is a great place to learn about and appreciate the art of ceramic making.


Places to visit nearby

Limoges in Limousin is a pretty historical city known for its porcelain and enamels.

Guéret in Limousin is a large market town surrounded by the stunning hills of the Monts de Guéret and the Forest of Chambrières.

Aubusson in Limousin is famous worldwide for its tapestries that have been made here since the 14th century.

Nearby attractions

Walk into the kingdom of the wolves at Les Loups de Chabrières and observe these fascinating creatures in their natural forest environment.

The Musée de la Sénatorerie is an interesting arts and archaeology museum in Guéret. Housed inside a former mansion, the museum has rooms dedicated to natural history with many examples of taxidermy, collections of paintings...

Hautefort (25k north of Montignac) is claimed to be the most beautiful château in Périgord, perched on a rocky spur. New rooms have been opened to the public since 2005 and a visit to the castle's famous formal French gardens...