Porzellanikon Hohenberg an der Eger
In Hohenberg an der Eger, Porzellanikon’s parent building with 2,000 sqm of exhibition space in the former Director’s Villa of the family-owned company C. M. Hutschenreuther, you can discover the cultural history of porcelain from the time it was invented by Johann Friedrich Böttger and Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus.
Follow the tour through the different exhibitions that tell the history of porcelain in German-speaking countries from the 18th century until “Die Wende” in 1989.
Always something new
Special Exhibitions cover key aspects of porcelain history from ever-changing perspectives. The museum also presents the fascinating artistic expertise and technical skill of producers past and present throughout Europe such as Meissen, Herend, Nymphenburg, Sèvres and Kopenhagen, who regularly showcase their products as welcome guests.