Are you interested in tiles, ceramics, art movements such as art nouveau? Then enjoy exploring the links below to visit other tile museums.
Mario Baeck is our scientific advisor. As a Doctor in Art Sciences, he is an authority in the field of ceramic tiles and has already written numerous publications on the subject..
Owned by the King Baudouin Foundation, but housed in the Gilliot & Roelants Tile Museum: the Pozzo collection. Discover itdigitally.
The Gilliot Route is a walk through Hemiksem. Discover what remains of the Gilliot & Cie. Factory and how the company has left its mark on the town’s streetscape.
The Dutch Tile Museum displays the largest and most varied collection of Dutch wall tiles and tile panels from the late Middle Ages to contemporary ceramics.
The German Tile Museum in Boizenburg (near Hamburg) has a beautiful collection of ceramic tiles, with a focus on Jugendstil (Art Nouveau).
Not far from Boulogne you will find a ceramic museum with a history that goes back half a century, but that is been completely renovated in the last ten years. The museum in Desvres is a must see.
Ontdek de pracht en kunde van Victoriaanse tegelproducenten in het Jackfield Tile Museum.
An old industrial site, La Fabrique Normant, houses a varied collection of architectural ceramics, including a collection of ceramic tiles and tile panels: CeraBrique.
Ivebica is an inter-municipal partnership around culture, library and the Academy for Music & Word of the municipalities of Hemiksem, Schelle and Niel
The Gilliot & Roelants Tile Museum is a municipal museum. Discover more about the municipality of Hemiksem via this link.
Also to be found in the Sint-Bernard’s Abbey in Hemiksem is the local history museum “Omtrent den Hover” of the Heemkundige Kring Heymissen.
The ceramics industry, just like the brick industry, is inextricably linked to the river Scheldt. After a visit to our museum, discover the wider region between Antwerp, Ghent, Mechelen and Brussels.
Visited our museum and wanting to see more in the region. Check the site of Tourism Rupelstreek to see what there is more to see and do in this region of rivers, clay and greenery.
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