The Tupesy Ceramics Museum will introduce you to the tradition of pottery and ceramic crafts, especially majolica. In the exhibition you will get to see inside a potter’s dwelling and learn about his workshop. Learn about the distinctive ceramic decoration, the “Tupesy Rose”, which is still used in its original form in many ways today. There are also preserved pieces of ceramics with different types of decoration, shapes and uses at the time. For group excursions, there is the option to spin your own piece of pottery on the potter’s wheel or paint a mug. The exhibition includes a ceramics sample shop.