American Museum of Ceramic Art

Pomona, CA

Where are we going?

American Museum of Ceramic Art
340 South Garey Avenue
Pomona
CA
91766

909 865 3146

What is there to do?

You and your family slightly potty? Well you will feel right at home!

The American Museum of Ceramic Arts’ is a fascinating collection of ceramics from across all countries and all cultures, dating right back from ancient times (thats a really long time ago!) right through to today.

Their aim is to educate a deeper understanding of cultural values and traditions upheld by those who created such beautiful artefacts. 

The museum constantly have rotating exhibitions and specific collections come through, so make sure you keep an eye on dates.

For those little ones in the family who love getting their hands dirty with clay, art, and creativity, they hold Family Days where, with each of the exhibitions, children and families can get very hands on as they learn about clay and art.

The museum are also very dedicated to education and offer a range of educational, informative and interesting tours for school groups.  Why sit in a classroom when you can walk around and get up close with history!?

For those ceramic artists, and community locals who want to participate more in art and clay, the Ceramics Studio (with different opening hours to the museum) is a great place to learn and take classes on history, techniques and the creative process.

 

How much does it cost?

Adults: $7

Children: $5

Discount: Free for members / $5 seniors

Free Under: 12

LAST UPDATED 2014

Need a little extra help?

The AMOCA has wheelchair access and also handicap parking. There are also handicap bathrooms available. For those with limited vision there is an audio tour available, and for those hard of hearing, the staff can provide a print out of exhibit information for you. So everyone can enjoy the museum!

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When can we go?

Wed - Sun 12pm - 5pm / every 2nd Sat 12 noon - 9pm

Closed holidays

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Any top tips?

Keep a particular eye on any little ones in the museum, as a lot of the exhibits aren't enclosed. They may get a little excited!

I’m Hungry!

While the museum may be packed with all the ceramics you could want to look at, unfortunately they aren't edible and there are no other food options available. There are, however, plenty of options at the delicious local restaurants nearby. Also, make sure you bring your own water as there aren't any drinking fountains.

Healthy Eating

The local restaurants near the museum have a great variety of healthy eating options. Just ask the friendly staff at the museum and they can help point you in the right direction!

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