It is indeed an incredible collection. So compact and highest quality assortment of Catalonian and European ceramics. I could not make myself leave. And all pieces are beautifully preserved
The museums and palace are closed. Not sure why or for how long so if you come here you will only be able to see the gardens. In my opinion although the gardens are nice they are not worth it if you are coming here...More
if you like ceramics, this is well worth the visit. The building itself is beautiful, make sure to look up at the ceilings. Entrance fee reasonable . . good acitivity for a rainy day.
My wife and I stumbled across this museum by accident. Whilst on the T3 tram into Catalunya we noticed the grounds and decided on our final day to take a look. The musuem is a few minutes walk from the front gate and is well...More
Fantastic museum from an early clay coins to contemporary art work, You need to go through a some amazing park, full of unusual plants, birds and artwork.
The Ceramic Museum is one of the best in Spain. There are medieval pieces from the Caliphate and Mudejar periods (10th to 15th centuries), Mudejar pieces from Andalusia, Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia, Hispano-Moorish earthenware from Paterna and Manises, tableware and tiles from the 15th to...More