Entrance fee is free. Display was simple but clean. Made the ceramic stand out. Many nice pieces, some exquisite even. Not a lot of explanation unfortunately. I recommend spend about 45 minutes to an hour here.
About Ceramic Museum (Museo Regional de la Ceramica)
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Walked thru and enjoyed the ceramics and cultural history, but the staff was an unexpected delight. While I just meandered thru the museum, my wife, who is Mexican, spoke to the staffand got more details, history than walls. Very friendly, and free, lessons about the...More
Just walk slowly around the exhibits. It is not a large museum and great coffee is just outside or in the courtyard. Soak it all in. You will be able to buy similar things in the shops of Tlaquepaque and the museum courtyard sometimes hosts...More
This is a very nice museum with many, many pieces of ceramic art on display. The whole place can be viewed in about an hour but we spent around two hours there.
It has an abundant collection of art pieces, many of them the inning pieces of Mexico's most prestigious ceramic contest. You will see the many styles of ceramic, clay and other techniques on display, and the setting is inside the old church of a very...More
a small but charming museum right on the main street of Independencia. You can see and learn about the different ceramic traditions of the area. Informative and interesting.
I visited the museum a few days after the competition was over for the regional champions of ceramic arts. You're able to see examples of many different regional techniques, past winners, and present winners. No charge to visit. Nice bathrooms and friendly staffers.
A fabulous array of local pottery and ceramic styles...historically traditional as well as current artists' approaches to traditional methods. You can't find a more appropriate setting than this beautiful old estate in the middle of Independencia. Well worth taking a look inside...and find yourself in...More
Besides having a nice selection of ceramics that are typical of this region It is housed in an authentic 1800s country house when this area was considered the country before it was engulfed by the city of Guadalajara. It only takes a few minutes to...More
We visited on a Sunday and it was free. Near the entrance were artisans demonstrating how they made their wares. Inside were a number of rooms showing both historic and contemporary ceramic styles. The guy in the gift shop will answer any questions. I recommend...More