The Ehlers Collection

The Ehlers Collection

The Ehlers Collection (Ehlers Samlingen) is Northern Europe’s largest collection of earthenware. The collection, which comes from all over Denmark and Northern Germany, contains historical objects and ceramic art from many different periods – the oldest of which are more than 500 years old. Located in historic surroundings at Slotsgade 20, the museum shares a backyard with von Oberberg’s House.


Adults: DKK 50
Children (under 18): Free.
Students: DKK 40
Groups of 10+: DKK 40 per person.

* The ticket grants admission to von Oberberg’s House

“Four museums for the price of two”*

Adults: DKK 80
Students: DKK 65
Groups of 10+: DKK 65 per person 

* The ticket grants admission the Ehlers Collection, von Oberberg’s House, Archaeology Haderslev and the Schleswig Carriage Collection.

Disabled access

Slotsgade 20, where the Ehlers Collection is located, is only partially accessible to disabled visitors and wheelchair users as there are stairs to the first floor.

Opening hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Sunday: 12:00 – 16:00
The Museum is closed
from 12. November 2018 to 2. April 2019.


The Ehlers Collection
Slotsgade 20 Look here
DK-6100 Haderslev