The outside if the museum is something special, but once you are in, I was amazed by the beautiful and original collection of ceramics. The building itself also is really special.
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The Palace is extremely sumptuous now, so must have been jaw-droppingly awe-inspiring when it was first built. It isn't as clear as it could be from the outside that this baroque extravaganza houses the national ceramic collection - but the ceramics together with the palace...More
Some rooms are just amazing and very rich! The areas occupied by the ceramic museum aren't really interesting, but there are some really good pieces even there. Moreover, we are a group of University students and we entered for free just showing our university cards
An amazing place. From the exterior and very detailed facade to the picturesque interior and interesting exhibition of ceramics, everything looks very impressive. It is definitely worth visiting. Also on Sundays the entrance is free. The another impression I had during my stay there is...More
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 also houses the National Ceramics Museum,...More
This stop was our Sunday afternoon. Surprisingly the Palace (including Ceramic Museum) were free. No headphones, but each room had laminated cards in various languages to read and learn about the room and objects. We happened upon a bridal photography session, very cool place to...More
This is one of the better properties t visit in the area grand side and out. There is so much that is so good to experience in this city do not forget to visit the modern art centers/