Welcome to the pages of the Silesian Porcelain Museum in Tułowice, where history meets unique craftsmanship, brought back to life in the premises of the former porcelain factory, founded in 1886 by the Schlegelmilch family from Thuringia. Over the years, until its closure in 2001, the factory was one of the largest and most prestigious porcelain manufacturers in Silesia and enjoyed recognition not only in Europe but also in the United States, where the majority of the production was exported from the beginning of the 20th century until the outbreak of World War I.

Thanks to the efforts of the Foundation for the Protection of Silesian Industrial Heritage, the restored porcelain factory has begun a new chapter as the Silesian Porcelain Museum after years of conservation work.

The museum offers visitors not only the opportunity to admire products from 12 Silesian manufacturers, which are often the only testimonies of factories that no longer exist, but also the chance for a journey through time in a theatrical setting that presents porcelain from various epochs and styles.