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: Museum, Park, View Point, Family And Kids, Nature, Specialty Museum
Museu De Ceramica - Review
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.
Museu De Ceramica Information
- Explanations are in Spanish, English and Catalan.
Museu De Ceramica Ticket Prices
- Concessions: 2.40 euros
How To reach Museu De Ceramica by Public Transport
- Av. Meridiana - Pl. de les Glories Bus Station
- Glories Light Rail Station
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Museu De Ceramica, Barcelona Reviews
Had this museum been in another city, it might have been, content wise, more appreciated. But it is in a city that is used exhibiting masterpieces that stun the eyes. Plus, I can understand and sympathize with the indignation of the Barcelona people about its architecture. It is huge and 'empty' and makes you wonder if all this space is necessary. The exhibits are of varying degrees of interest. Some are for people who have a professional interest in design. The collection of dresses through the time is interesting, though small. Same applies for the household items. The museum has a very nice café with a small terrace which offers breakfast and lunch options.
The most terrible thing about this museum is that it's permanent collection is limited to Catalan design and designers, me as a designer get extremely bored with it's permanent collection, eventhough there a few nice artworks/designs/crafts in it, but in the end it's all minor branches of design. But: the museum every now and then hosts very nice "temporal" exhibitions and events which are worth visiting and they are chosen decently most of the times. So i recommend those ones instead.
Wonderful museum! One day isn’t enough to see all the beauty, and a ticket is good for 2 visits in 6 months, which is fantastic! Highly recommended!
Inspiring. Really well laid out exhibitions and explanation of the timelines. Very good effort for foreign visitors on translations. There is an emphasis on less famous Spanish designers and graphic products but it doesn't detract from the message
To be honest, I was a little skeptical about this museum. It turns out I actually liked it more than many other museums around Barcelona! They have four floors of permanent exhibits, including one with clothing from different eras of the 20th century, which I especially loved. I also liked the first floor's exhibit, featuring different furniture pieces and artifacts from different eras that represented both design and utility advancements. The museum also has a temporary exhibition. This time, it was a interactive experience with lots of great information and facts that make anyone reflect, not only about design, but also about different aspects of life. I recommend 100% visiting this museum!