The Boizenburg Tile Museum is the only museum of its kind in Germany. Over 2000 historical tiles from the period around 1880 to 1925 are exhibited on 500 square meters. One focus is on tiles from the Art Nouveau period.
Located in the center of the old town of Boizenburg, the First German Tile Museum was created on the initiative of friends and people interested in ceramic tile and former employees of the Boizenburg Tile Factory. Opened in 1998, it has received international recognition and participation in a relatively short time due to its high attractiveness. The First German Tile Museum is primarily dedicated to the era of early industrial tiles in Germany and Europe and displays thousands of tiles in the styles of Historicism, Art Nouveau and Art Deco in temporary exhibitions covering an area of 500 square meters. Insights into manufacturing and decorating processes as well as socio-historical changes complete the overall picture. Cabinet exhibitions offer excursions into the diversity of the history of tile art up to the present.
At least one tile collectors' exchange is held annually.