Museo Nacional de Cerámica, Valencia

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Museo Nacional de Cerámica holds an extensive collection of historic artifacts. Most important is the large collection of ceramics, featuring items from Prehistoric, Roman, Greek, and Arab cultures. Continue on to see works by Picasso and other contemporary artists. Other items of interest include chandeliers, lush furniture, ceiling paintings, mirrors, and decorative tile in many of the rooms. Some descriptions are offered in English, but you can hire a guide for better details. Make Museo Nacional de Cerámica a centerpiece of your Valencia vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Valencia itinerary maker.
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  • 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 ;)  more »
  • 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 ...  more »
  • 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 founde...  more »
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  • Former house of a wealthy valencian now hosting the ceramic museum. Visiting the house you can admire old ceramic objects, but much more beautiful is the house itself, many rooms still having the original furniture. Free entry Sundays and national holidays.
  • Very beautiful palace. Also free entry on Saturday and Sunday, but not too much not during work days, 3 euro for adults.
  • Amazing collection of ceramic pieces, beautiful ornaments from the outside too. Don'forget your camera :-) Saturdays and Sundays free entry
  • Worth a visit if you like looking at things as there are lots of examples of ceramics, ancient and modern, and sumptuous rooms. Not a great place if you want to learn about these things.
  • It has an apart vibe for a museum. I wish they had more information material (like am audio guide)