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Pouligny Tilery

Museum at Chéniers

  • The fire, earth ... but also water and, above all, know-how. The Limousin sub-soil hides large clay seams. Local crafts developed around earth and it's possible to find roofs covered in tiles made in old Tileries. The history of this know-how is told at the Pouligny Tilery, so representative of this skill. Here, the visitor is introduced to the art, the earth and fire. Discover ceramic in all its forms through temporary exhibitions and modern ceramic techniques through courses suitable to...
    The fire, earth ... but also water and, above all, know-how. The Limousin sub-soil hides large clay seams. Local crafts developed around earth and it's possible to find roofs covered in tiles made in old Tileries. The history of this know-how is told at the Pouligny Tilery, so representative of this skill. Here, the visitor is introduced to the art, the earth and fire. Discover ceramic in all its forms through temporary exhibitions and modern ceramic techniques through courses suitable to everyone. The site also develops programmes for international cultural exchanges.
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  • Spoken languages

    • English
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  • Equipment

    • Car park
  • Rates
  • Adult group
    4.50 €
  • Single child
    2.50 €
  • Single adult
    5 €
  • Adult pass
    4.20 €
  • Children's pass
    2.20 €