Ceramics Centre Tiendschuur Tegelen is a museum and studio for ceramic art.The Tiendschuur is located on the estate of Castle Holtmuhle. It offers a fascinating insight into the world of ceramics and organizes temporary exhibitions of ceramics of international standing, workshops, demonstrations, guided tours and children's parties. Tiendschuur Ceramics Centre offers art and nostalgia in a fairytale location.
Historic Ceramics Collection
Due to the corona measures, the free tour, the 3D demonstrations and the demonstrations with the turntable will not be organized until further notice. For a visit to the museum a reservation is required and can be made via the button below.
Discover the world of clay and porcelain
This museum has a unique collection of historical ceramics and shows surprising exhibitions of contemporary art. Here the visitor experiences the history of the region, from the Romans to grandmother's pudding moulds. The clever craftsmanship on display here commands respect. The beauty of the modern art is breathtaking and comes from renowned artists from all over Europe.
The museum is located on the historic estate 'Kasteel de Holtmühle'. As one of the few in the Netherlands, this castle complex with its tithe barn, castle gates, gardens, ponds and land has been completely preserved. The museum is located in the tithe barn.
Everything in this museum is made of clay or porcelain, from ancient to modern. There is also a studio where enthusiastic visitors can work with clay themselves during a workshop or course. The Tiendschuur also organizes demonstrations with the 3D printer and the potter's wheel. Check our website for the dates. You can also contact us to organize a children's party. Every Friday at 14.00 hours visitors can join the free guided tour of the museum. The guide will point out the interesting background to the works of art you will be viewing together. Discover the versatility and especially the beauty of ceramic art in the Tiendschuur Tegelen Ceramics Centre.
The changing exhibitions each highlight a different facet of art, clay and porcelain. This makes the museum unique in the Netherlands. It is the only museum to program continuous exhibitions on contemporary ceramic art. Look for the current program and more information: tiendschuur.net/en