Maybe we were there before the season started, but there were no factory tours (there on June 1). The selection of porcelain in the store shop was very mundane and mostly white (so I guess if you own a restaurant this is OK, but I was expecting more elegance in porcelaine like you see at Spode or Wedgewood in England). The little boutique museum was not very interesting and the person working the cash register was not too interested in telling you what it was all about. I read in other reviews that the factory tour was interesting, so make sure they are giving them before you go. Don't just show up hoping to see anything. Our tour of the Royal Limoges ancient kiln was much more interesting and really showed why LImoges used to be the porcelain center of the world.
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