Museu De CeramicaCurrently Closed
- Address: Carrer de Jordi Girona, 30, 08034, Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-932562300
- Ticket Price: 4 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Park, View Point, Nature, Specialty Museums
Museu de Ceramica is housed in a beautiful building in the city of Barcelona. It’s no secret that the museum features elegant ceramic pieces like Mudejar pieces from Andalusia, Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia, Hispano-Moorish earthenware from Paterna and Manises, medieval pieces from the Caliphate and Mudejar periods i.e. 10th to 15th centuries, tableware and tiles from that belong to the 15th to 17th centuries. There’s a gorgeous park that surrounds the museum with exotic greenery and unique birds.
- Explanations are in Spanish, English and Catalan.
- Concessions: 2.40 euros
- Av. Meridiana - Pl. de les Glories Bus Station
- Glories Light Rail Station
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Wow, this is all I can say! The design entrance fee is very low (4€/person), and with your ticket you can come back again within 6 months for FREE! The exhibits are very interesting, for industrial design to clothes design. You can see all the ideas and the people from Spain who designed those amazing things some of us use daily without knowing. It has also a nice coffee shop on the ground floor. If you are in Barcelona and you like design or simply a curious person - go see this museum!
Looking for inspiration? Or a place to look at interesting projects? You must go to the design museum. Not only the long term expositions or the short term ones are incredible. Also the materials library will allow you to meet some innovations at the palm of your hand.
With a low entry price and a fascinating collection, I definitely recommend this museum. The temporary exhibition of advertising (early 2019) is worth a visit just on its own. Don't forget to bring a Euro coin to lock your bag up, as bags are not allowed in the galleries.
The public space is beautiful, with multiple libraries, a cafeteria and a materials center in the basement. The 4 floors of the museum are hit or miss depending on your interest. Top floor was graphic design from 90s, boring to me. Floor 3 was history of fashion, lots of dresses, marginally interest for me. Floor 2 was a mixture of ceramics, watches, textiles throughout history, very interesting. Floor one was a mixture of modern utility items, lamps, cars, kitchen equipment, motorcycles. Very nice observation deck too.
Very nice building. Good expositins, but fills like not fully presented. Very pleasant cafe to have some rest.