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The setting is in a beautiful garden and perfumed with osmanthus flower which was in bloom when we were there. The highlight to me is to see the different types of kilns over the centuries. This place is so ancient and has been a pottery...More
The site was close to the town centre. Tickets were easy to purchase and once inside it was easy to navigate around the site.
The first workshop was very interesting. The various stages of porcelain production were on display. It was great to see first...More
It is a nice set up, no air-condition, quite interesting to look at. The english version is probably translated by google translate. I think the only google took which is working in china if you end it with .cn
We received free admissions with passports(I think for age). We spent 150 yuan for a private 1 and a half English tour with an on site guide without reservations. The demonstrations and the actual and reconstructed kilns are the key features. The place is huge...More
This is the must see destination of Jingdezhen. The grounds are lovely and you feel like you have walked back in time.
The visit was good and I enjoyed it but I will say the entrance was a little hard to find and you really...More
This is a must see destination if you are in the area. A lot of history as well as amazing scenery and some live music. There is live demonstrations of people making the China and handing painting it, which lets you see the level of...More
It is a must see. Prepare for at least two to three hours to walk through various workshops and exhibits. I liked the kiln demonstration. It was fascinating to me how they do that for thousands of years before modern technologies were invented. Hiring an...More
This is a wonderful place to spend a day or half a day minimum. It is set up for visitors to wander around the extensive grounds and visit the old kilns. The stand out for me was being able to watch the many steps involved...More
The grounds of this museum are outstanding, the scenery is beautiful and it is easy to spend half the day walking around exploring the history of ceramics in China. There are good signs in English which describe the different stages / steps in the production...More