Civic Museum of Ceramics
The identity of Nove is linked with ceramics. The museum, which gathers the examples of local and regional styles of manufacture from 1600s up until today, has been seen as the common house where the entire history of the community resides. The Civic Museum of Ceramics has been created by the citizens with the awareness of being the keepers of the history of the community....read more
Meeting the ceramic art here, where it had been created for centuries, allows visitors to immerse themselves in a production process, which experienced artistic and technological evolutions: while walking through the halls of the museum and visiting its three exhibition floors, you can grasp the changes and be amazed by the potential of this material, which we know well, as it is normally present in our homes....read more
Since the mid-twentieth century the citizens of Nove expressed a clear intention of providing themselves with a Civic Museum. Since then they began to form a collection of fine ceramics to create a museum collection in the building of the School of Design, later the Royal School of Art and then the College of Art, built according to the will of its generous patron, sculptor Giuseppe De Fabris, the most famous fellow citizen...read more
From Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.;
Sunday 2.30 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.;
Closed on Monday.
full € 4.00; reduced € 3.00.
from 01/03/2017 to 28/02/2018: free admition for Nove's citizen on Sundays (2.30 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.)
Guided tours and excursions of the territory
For groups and schools by appointment.
Tel: +39 0424 597550 (museum)
activities for schools