- Museum or Interpretation Centre
- Architectural heritage
Inclining towards the Rhineland, Raeren was one of the most important European centres of pottery in the 14th and 15th centuries. The border village with Germany made a living from this art. Pottery from Raeren is still found throughout the world…
Visitors enter the 14th century castle, surrounded by water, via a gate preceded by a stone bridge spanning the moats. Inside, more than 2,000 objects are on display, representing the expertise of Raeren’s potters. This unique collection, presented as a multi-sensorial exhibition, covers 500 years of Rhenish and contemporary ceramics..
Guided tours possible but pre-booking required.
The public can access the library on request.
Free for children under 12
Cafe - Shop - Car parking - Cycle rack - Parking - Restaurant
Guide available/groups - German - EN - FR - NL