Truth be told we were not interested in the ceramics exhibition, but visited the museum just the same so we could see the interior of the palace, which didn't disappoint. The Palace has a magnificent facade and the interior proved very interesting as well so it was still worth the minimal entrance fee even though we had no interest in... 更多
The museum was beautiful and part of it was furnished rooms that quite something. We went on Sunday when admission was free. The only disappointing thing was there was not a shop to buy postcards, a book, etc.
The big advantage of this museum is its location: situated in a former palace with magnificent entrance facade is one of the architectural landmarks of Valencia. But the exposition is not very spectacular. It is good to take a look at the interior of the palace and get an idea how the wealthy people lived in XVIII and XIX centuries.... 更多
I see some other reviewers were not all that impressed, but I love exhibits like this and spent a happy couple of hours inside. Granted, some of the neoclassical decor is a bit stiff, but still plenty to enjoy. Well worth a visit! Photography is permitted, too.
The outside of the building is well worth studying particularly the entrance. However once inside it is rather dusty and very much in need of some revamping. It seems as though most of the exhibits have never been moved or cleaned. There are no notices in English. They have spent a fortune putting in lift and have one modern gallery.... 更多
The museum is hosted by a great Baroque style decorated house, with a ground floor and two other stories. The facade is trully magnificent, as well as the stairs. The place I liked most in the house was the kitchen, with beautiful floor and wall tiles. All the rooms have information in different languages. The place is free to visit... 更多