Royal gala tables, upper middle-class dinners and the table of the "simple" citizen had one thing in common: they were usually covered with porcelain - from richly decorated to very simple designs. On a tour with curator Thomas Miltschus, you can find out what has changed over the course of time, who copied from whom, what has taken over, and what influence changing eating and serving habits had on it. A journey rich in history awaits you through the world of table and serving culture.
At the subsequent coffee/tea table, there will be an opportunity to exchange ideas with each other and with the curator in a relaxed atmosphere.
In cooperation with the European Route of Ceramics https://www.europeanrouteofceramics.eu/
Price: Museum entrance fee plus 3,50 € guided tour, coffee & cake