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We popped into this small museum not expecting much, just to pass a half hour or so. How wrong can you be! It is excellent. You learn the different stages of Sevillan tile-making as you move through the remnants of an old tile factory. The...More
It gives a clear and detailed picture of the history and economic development of ceramics, domestic and industrial, a major contributor to the Seville economy for centuries, probably from Roman times.It explains the different types of ceramic, their ingredients and methods. Alas no factories now...More
My wife wanted to visit here but I wasn't that bothered. I'm glad she persuaded me. It was fascinating. Not just because of the history behind ceramics but the additional historical information about Seville that was included, especially Flamenco. I learnt more here about Seville...More
Had not initially intended to visit this site but so glad we did, a proper little hidden gem. It is an engaging little museum in the Triana district of Seville which almost doubles as an archeological site with several centuries-old brick-lined kilns and other paraphernalia....More
We had decided to visit Triana, across the river from Seville, to have a look at the tiles, so it seemed reasonable to visit the ceramic museum. The setting is interesting, built among the old kilns. Lots of nice examples of Triana tiles (although there...More
Worth a visit if you love ceramics and tile. A small museum, but enjoyed watching video of workers who made ceramics the old fashioned way and seeing the beautiful tile and ceramics. Interesting learning about how they were made.
We liked the exhibits and learned a lot. We have been to several ceramic museums, many repeatedly. The building design is a pleasure. However, the air conditioner was broken or under-performing. We hurried through the last third because of the heat.
When you walk past this place you think maybe it’s a small exhibit, run commercially and associated with one if the ceramic stores, or a least I did. In fact it’s an extensive exhibit, run by the city (& free if you show your Alcázar...More