From 1782 to 1928 district Schney had a porcelain factory. This porcelain nowadays is to admire at Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City). Today Lichtenfels is firstly known for its furniture made by basket willow.
At the site of former Porcelainfactory Mitterteich AG today a Porcelainmuseum with a small café with outlet shop is located.
Stiftlandmuseum invites to a journey through the history of the convent town with its once flourishing porcelain industry. Discover the biggest collection of old workshops and craft equipment at the museum.
Memories to regional porcelain history are collected at Waldnaabtal-Museum, at Castle Neuhaus (part of Neuhaus). With much love to details the old workshops are arranged.
Historical porcelain made by Silbermann is shown at the Stadtmuseum. At the outlet-shop of Kaiser Porcelain wares to decent prices can be purchased.
The factory of Rudolf Kämpf is located in district of Loučky. There, the factory gate is decorated with porcelain elements. In a showroom the porcelain is presented.
At Jakobsburg you find an outlet shop of Arzberg porcelain. At Volkskundliche Gerätemuseum in Bergnersreuth not only the Weiß cot with figures of famous potters form the region is worth a visit. Also porcelain as a currency is a topic.
The last owner of the former bathhouse at the Louise spring was the Porcelain Manufacturer Rudolf Weidermann. Until the demolition of the bathhouse Rudolf Weidermann decorated porcelain there.
Porcelain highlights of Richard Wagner’s city: Collection Rummel at Neue Schloss, Collection Dr. Otto Burghardt at Museum of History, Porcelain Factory Walküre: Museum and outlet shop
Near Cheb Castle Mostrov is located, once ancestral home of the porcelain manufacturer Hass von Hasenfels. Today it is a hotel and restaurant where artistically masonry heaters can be visited. With Pachelbelhaus (Museum of the City), where Wallenstein was murdered, and the Castle with a double chaple offers Cheb a wide range of cultural highlights.
Since the 17th century thrives in Creußen ceramics art. World-famous is the stoneware from Creußen. The traditional company Seyffarth Keramik produces till this day beer mugs. The Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City), located in the historical city centre, shows all kinds of stoneware.
Seltmann Weiden offers guided tours through their facilities in Erbendorf, which is one of the most modern factories for plane porcelain, as well as an outlet shop. Insides into the history of Erbendorf gives the Museum of local history and mining.
The museum Bayerisches Vogtland is dedicated to the history of town, and art-history. Among exhibits of craft, technics and nature, the house shows also products of the porcelain factory Moschendorf.
The urban museum keeps memories of old crafts whereby the collections of thermal mugs and is one of the oldest.
Winterling AG (until 1999), Porcelainmanufacture Rudolf Wächter (1914 – 1974), Porcelainfactory Hugo Sczisek (1919-1922).
Porcelainfactory Bauer (division of Rosenthal AG), Al-Ka Kunst, Stockhardt & Schmidt-Eckert, Porcelainfactory Brothers Kühnlenz (Industrial heritage Kühlenzpassage)
Above the historical towncentre Fortress Rosenberg with its museums (Frankonien Gallery, Stonemasons Museum) is looming.
Workshops of Gisela Keilhauer and Karl-Heinz Klette, Albert Rosenlöcher, Wenck & Zitzmann, Upper Franconian Porcelainfactoriy Ohnemüller & Ulrich, Porcelainfactory Julius Edelstein AG, Company Wilhelm Rittirsch
The porcelain history of Küps is continued by the Factory Lindner (founded 1932) and Porcelainfactory Stumpf.
The treasures of the local porcelain production conserve the imposing castle. Within the walls of the brewery St. Florian the largest collection of Carlsbad thermal mugs can be seen.
Porcelain Manufacturer Karlheinz Knopf decorates figurines, watches and candleholders and also other decorative objects. An especially beautiful couple is porcelain joined by chocolates of the two famous chocolate manufactures of Ludwigstadt.
At Egerlandmuseum, the affecting history of the inhabitants and their region, they were forced out after 1945. Dive into a country life, its tradition, handicraft, industry, and the culture of the spa culture of bygone times.
In Naila until 1991 a porcelain factory was situated, which was founded in 1921 as Porzellanfabrik Naila Hagen & Co. The company produced technical porcelain products and had some changes of owners; at least since 1984 the owner was Hutschenreuther.
Grenzlandheimatstuben of Heimatkreis Marienbad at the Alte Posthalterei, Kesslsimerhof and Sengerhof let you discover the history of Stiftland.
The healing water in Sybillenbad with the unique radon-carbon-combination promises enjoyment and relaxation.
The church of the abbey shows a significant collection of chinaware. This Church is at the so-called holy area. Also worth a visit is the maison de plaisance Bílý dvůr, a department of art gallery Karlovy Vary.
The cultural side of Rehau is shown at the art gallery REHAU ART and at the art-building at Maxplatz.
The famous and popular Hummel-figurines from Goebel-Porzellan are produced in Rödental. Hummel-Manufaktur offers guided tours through its factory. Shopping is possible at the Outlets of Hummel Manufaktur GmbH and Goebel Porzellan GmbH. Castle Rosenau shows ceramics of art collection of Veste Coburgs
Schirnding AG later part of SKV-Porzellan-Union GmbH.
Get a feeling about the East-Western-Conflict at Bayerisches Grenzmuseum (Bavarian Border Museum) and see the transnational creativity at Künstlerhaus Schirnding.
SCHWARZENBACH A D. SAALE
Oscar Schaller & Co. (overtaken by Winterling), J. Kronester & Co.
HÖSCH Porzellandesign produces small batches with personal dedication.Enjoy the world of Entenhausen at the Erica-Fuchs-House, Germany’s first comic museum.
Porcelain-fountain, -alley, -bench, -city map | Festival of porcelain workers & weeks of “white gold” | Rosenthal Outlet Center, Factory In | porcelain production & the life of porcelain workers at Porzellanikon – Staatliches Museum für Porzellan in Selb-Plößberg
Built in the 17th Century is Castle Sokolov now the location of the county museum. It shows the history of mining and attached industry which will also involve the porcelain production.
Settlement of Porcelain factory Thomas am Kulm (a subsidiary of the former Rosenthal AG), building of a central stock with an artistic wall created by Marcello Morandini.
Porzellanfabrik Tettau (today part of Seltmann Weiden group) and Rösler CeramTec GmbH are running outlets in the town
In Thiersheim Porzellanstraße is passing the areal of König Porzellan, which produces and decorates porcelain since 1969.
The Potteries Museum (Töpfermuseum) is dedicated to regional arts and crafts from past until today. Shown are mining of fictile, an old pottery workshop, tableware, and art wares.
WEIDEN I. D. OPF.
Bauscher, Christian Seltman GmbH, Porzellanfabrik Bavaria Ullersricht (1926 – 1931)
The International Keramik-Museum (International Ceramics Museum) Weiden invites to a journey through the time. Insights to craft and bourgeois’ habitation are given by Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City) at the old schoolhouse.
The Fichtelgebirgsmuseum is dedicated in the first place to life and culture of the legendary region. Ceramic art is to experience at the active workshops
Porzellanfabrik Dürrbeck & Ruckdäschel
The Kleines Museum – Kultur auf der Peunt (Small Museum – Culture at the Peunt) is a place of contemporary art. The meaning of rye is shown in directly neighborhood.
The blue house, where the municipal museum is placed, shows the first complete exhibition of products from Porzellanmanufaktur Reichmannsdorf. The museum is also owner of the greatest collection of salt and pepper pots, a real curiosity of porcelain.
MuseumsQuartier is dedicated to the regional traditions of fish farming and the history of the city.
Porcelainfactory Albert Riemann GmbH, Porcelainfactory Cortendorf (part of the Goebel Factory), Porcelain- and Stonewarefactory E. Speiser, Porcelain Painters Ferdinand Kaule
The Puppenmuseum (Dolls Museum) shows dolls of all kind; Veste Coburg is one of the biggest castle complexes in Germany.
Treasures made of porcelain shows the Ludwig Collection at the Museum of Histroy at the Alte Hofhaltung and at the Neue Residenz.
Insights to local porcelain industry are given at Stadtmuseum (Museum of the City). At the areal of church St. Georg are the graves of Lippert and Haas.
In the 1970s the two local factories merged to Hutschenreuther AG. In 1998 was the BHS tabletop AG rebranded, where today the brands Schönwald, Bauscher and Tafelstern are consolidated.