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El Museo Nacional de Ceramica y de las Artes Suntuarias Gonzalez Marti

Calle Poeta Querol 2, 46002 Valencia, Spain
+34 963 51 63 92
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Ceramica museum

A must see venue. If you are interested in seeing ceramic art and more visit here. The building is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Alper E
Enjoy the Mansion and forget the museum

Stately mansion built in 15th century, refurbished 1740 in rococo by the 3rd Marquis of Dos Aguas... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Calle Poeta Querol 2, 46002 Valencia, Spain
+34 963 51 63 92
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A must see venue. If you are interested in seeing ceramic art and more visit here. The building is marvelous.

Thank Alper E
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stately mansion built in 15th century, refurbished 1740 in rococo by the 3rd Marquis of Dos Aguas and the exterior further decorated 1862-65 (balconies and frescoes). Fine interesting interior giving insight in Valencian past upper class life. The building houses the National Ceramics Museum, which...More

Thank GK-Aros
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What is really special with this ceramic museum is that it is located in a magnificent house, the former palace of the Marquis of dos Aguas. When you visit it you also have a pick at how a family of the Spanish aristocracy used to...More

Thank Jeanne70
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I thought it was very interesting not just for the exhibitions but also the palace itself. It closes at 8pm on weekdays and I was a bit late to see everything but will go again on Sunday when it's free entry. I particularly loved to...More

Thank Helene Christin... P
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

Got to see this museum on a free Sunday afternoon. Lots of things to see, beautiful and well kept. The Chinese ceramics impressed me the most ;)

Thank Valeria B
Reviewed 27 May 2017

If you are not overly keen on ceramics but you like stately homes, then do visit this beautiful museum. It's only about €3, and easy to spend an hour or so walking round. I was reminded of Chatsworth in some rooms. The house belonged to...More

1  Thank FionaGLancaster
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Valencia, Spain's third largest city has many beautiful churches. I was impressed with its church of San Juan de la Cruz located in the street Poeta Querol del. It was the first church that was founded after the conquest of Jacques I (Jaime I in...More

Thank Rijards
Reviewed 13 May 2017

The building is quite amazing and when you go there, spend some time on the outside looking at all the magnificent carvings. I'm not sure if it was just today but entry was free. They have free lockers (bring a 1euro coin) and the palace...More

Thank Les_Landau
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The "Palacio de Dos Aguas" houses the Museum Nacional de Ceramica and is one of the most beautiful buildings in Valencia. It is cheap to visit and it is interesting, it is definitely worth visiting.

Thank Anca Flavia F
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

The museum itself us beautifil, however when asking a question to a member of staff she only responded in Spanish. I told her I don't sprak Spanish and she kept on telling us in Spanish that we had to go a specific direction so we...More

Thank Junior013
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Kathy E
4 August 2016|
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Response from Paul M | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the delay in responding to you, I think lots of other people have answered your question. We didn't explore the whole museum but I believe it is wheelchair friendly and well worth a visit!