The Museum of Ceramics contains thousands of examples of pottery created in and around East Liverpool, Ohio. During the 19th and 20th centuries, East Liverpool was known as the Pottery Capital of the USA.
In 2008, the Museum of Ceramics lost almost all of its funding from the Ohio Historical Society. The Museum of Ceramics Foundation was immediately created to keep the museum open. Please consider making a donation today to enable the Museum of Ceramics to continue its work.
The Museum of Ceramics, 400 East Fifth Street, East Liverpool, Ohio 43920 Telephone: 330-386-6001 or 800-600-7180 ~ Email
The Museum of Ceramics Foundation is pleased to announce that by January 2014 (if not sooner) we will welcome visitors to our new ACCESS? ALL RIGHT! addition. Then we will finally have an elevator and an accessible restroom, after thirty-three years of only partial access. The short term bad news is that until the ACCESS? ALL RIGHT! project is finished, the Museum of Ceramics is inaccessible; there is currently no wheelchair access into the museum. We apologize for this short-term inconvenience, and look forward to welcoming you and your friends and family once we finish our project. If you had hoped to visit during this time, then do send an email with the number of people in your party to Sarah W. Vodrey at MuseumOfCeramics@gmail.com to receive a special get in free coupon for later.