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An open air museum showcasing the process of making gigantic pots and bowls, some bigger than a motorbike! You can see the artists delicately painting the pots, and there is also a cafe where you can buy drinks and relax.
Open air terra-cotta, pottery, ceramic museum. Free entry. Small cafe in front of the museum. Enjoy taking picture with vivid colour terra-cotta and etc. by the way, it would be great if this place add more activity such as DIY potter ware.
Don't go if you don't like ceramics and bright colours. But if you do, this is paradise. Utterly awesome vast expanse of deranged pots and sculptures. Lots of hugely imaginative work, and with the extra bonus that you can see the crafts people at work...More
There's not much to see or do if you are not into buying heavy ceramic bowls. The place is more of a godown storing ceramic bowls and pots of different sizes. Some of them are quite nice though. There are some big colourful ceramic sculptures...More
This is a worthwhile stopover for those planning a one-day trip to Ratchaburi or Nakhon Pathom. The place is conveniently located on the main Petchakasem Road and thus easily accessible by car. As a ceramic factory, the concept of this place is simple: art and...More
A nice place to spend 1/2 an hour wandering around, beautiful garden filled with large pots, some areas look like a scrapyard for old pots.
do NOT follow trip advisor map as its wrong.. location is in this area.. 13.545309, 99.805179
Following a company week-end in Ratchaburi we stopped at the Tao Hong Tai Ceramic Factory. It is really a most amazing blend of creative art work and practical ceramics. At the entrance there is this enormous statue of an Alien figure - in ceramics. In...More