The entrance to the ceramic museum is worth gazing at to see all the intricate carvings and details. We didn't go inside (saving this for our next visit) but it is worth walking to for this magnificent doorway alone.
The Palacio de dos Aguas belonged to the Rabassa de Perellos family from the 15th century but this building was constructed by the third marques in the 1740s. The elaborate front door in alabaster dates from this period but most of what we see is the remodelling carried out in the 1850s. It's a totally over the top rococo style... 更多
The place has an amazing architecture. The museum has some good collection. The doorway is really impressive and the architecture will leave you stunned.
Museums are not the reason to go to Valencia, which pales in comparison to the collections in Madrid and Barcelona, as well as many other smaller cities. The ceramics museum is an exception - an outstanding and growing collection, as good as you are likely to find anywhere. The entrance doors are worth a detour in themselves, even if they... 更多
If not listed among the top attractions you peruse for Valencia, it should be. The collection of ceramics, furniture and interior decor amazed even the spouse not especially interested in these topics! The extraordinary rococo facade and venue in general, an aristocratic palace from the glory days of Spanish empire, warrant the visit in themselves.
not too expensive to visit this location. lots of ceramic things to see and learn about the history of the house. admission fees are reasonable too.
El Museo is opened in Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas,BUt sunday after 2 o'clock and mondey is closed.It presents the National museum of ceramique,with a front part very decorated.The building was constructed in XV sec.,and renovated in 1740,and after 100years again.There you can see a lot of furniture from different places and styles.AT THE upr FLOOR,it is presented MUSEO... 更多
this is a beautiful resplendant stately town house, which is unfortunately filled with lots of tedious modern ceramics. there are also some classic older ceramics, but maybe best to be a cermacist to get much from a visit. the house itself is the main draw...very opulent and grand inside and out, though it seems a littleincoherent, and a tour takes... 更多
We went to this museum as the building and external facade looked very beautiful and impressive. The place was a huge dwelling place of a very wealthy family. The rooms themselves are very well decorated with some beautifully crafted, and some beautifully painted artifacts all over. There was a complete kitchen in ceramic along with a well in a corner... 更多