I don't have any interests in ceramics but, because I own a museumcard I could enter for free and thought that I might as well have a look. I am glad I did, because this museum is well worth a visit. It is located in a beautiful historic building where M.C. Esscher was born and Princess Marie-Louise von Hessen Kassel (the wife of the Stadtholder of Friesland) lived. In this historical setting you can see a lot of ceramics which is nicely displayed throughout the museum. What is also really good is that almost all the information is in Dutch and English (the Frisian museum could learn something from that). The ceramics is not only Dutch, but from all over the world. I would recommend this museum to everyone who happens to be in Leeuwarden. It's even worthwhile if you are generally not really interested in ceramics. Because it's a really good museum.
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