Manufactory tour - an experience as unique as our originals.


Monday to Saturday 10:30 am | 1:00 pm
Sunday (June, July, August) 10:30 am | 1:00 pm

Please call +43 (0) 7612 786 – 72 to book in advance!

Entrance fees

Adults € 9.50
Students € 5.00
Children (up to 14 years) Free


The entrance fee will be refunded if you spend € 50 or more in one of our manufactory shops.

Directions and parking

Arriving by train: Take the train to Gmunden station. From the station you can either hop on the tram to Gmundner Keramik (tram stop Gmundner Keramik) or walk the short distance (10-minute walk).

Arrival by car: There are adequate parking spaces for cars and buses in the Gmundner Keramik manufactory’s car park.


Gmundner Keramik Manufaktur
Keramikstraße 24
4810 Gmunden


An experience as unique as our originals.

True handcraftsmanship is timeless. It never goes out of style. Visit our manufactory in Gmunden and experience centuries of artisan tradition and the dedication that goes into crafting each piece by hand. The guided tour, which takes you behind the scenes of the world famous ceramics producer, is offered is all year round and is suitable for all ages.

Book a tour

You can contact us directly at +43 (0) 7612 786-70 or for booking a manufactory tour.


Visitors with walking difficulties

Our manufactory tour includes many steps that have to be ascended or descended. We therefore ask any visitors with walking difficulties planning to participate in the tour to notify us in advance of their arrival for organisational reasons.


Our manufactory shops, the Atelier Café and our Paint Your Own Ceramics workshop have step-free access.



No dogs are allowed on our manufactory tour.

Duration & Language

Duration: ca. 60 minutes



The guided tours are spoken in German.

To support English-speaking visitors, we offer a handwritten folder to read along on request (for free).

The film and display boards integrated into the tour are subtitled in English.

After deciding to go on a bad weather day, the 60 minutes proved an interesting experience. Perhaps because of the young lady conducting the tour was quite lively and made quite an impression in passing on her extensive knowledge while demonstrating the various painting techniques. The women employed there were very friendly.
Hannelore M., Vienna
Fabulous! Excellent, well-presented and informative demonstration. Staff very nice. I can only recommend that everyone takes the tour so that they can learn what goes on behind the scenes.
Martina K., Munich
The tour really fascinated me. It was exciting to see how much craftsmanship and attention to detail goes into each piece of Gmundner ceramics.
Alexander S., Lieboch