Museum, and especially it's garden is very nice. Lady at the cash desk was very pleasant and nice to us. But, from the moment when we entered museum exhibition to the moment we exited, museum stuff was following us, like we're some kind of criminals. But the museum and its exhibition was very nice.
Recently renovated with EU funding. There were only 3 visitors to this excellent museum of tile design, ironworks and other artisanal products. When I showed an interest to the material, staff gave me a free private tour of the whole museum. Despite the language barrier, it was a great few hours to spend. Pity this place doesn't get the attention... 更多
If you like art, glass, and ceramics, or even just an interesting story of entrepreneurship and hard work, this the place for you. Breath-taking.
What make this so interesting is the variety of work on view ranging from ceramic pictures to dinner sets to decorative pieces for the outside of buildings and outdoors generally. The museum is set out in timeline and shows the extraordinary development of output from a small factory which grew to become a major employer and exporter of goods to... 更多
A wonderful selection of porcelain from this long lived internationally renowned Factory that survived communism, and everything else Influences from art nouveau, to oriental to secession. And Zolnai won awards all over Europe ... Got to see this museum !
A trip to Pecs is worth it just to see the Zsolnay collection. It is absolutely amazing the genius of ceramics that was created. Pecs is littered with architectural ceramic details. Look up.
The Zsolnay factory was established by Miklós Zsolnay in Pécs, Hungary, to produce stoneware and other ceramics in 1853. We saw Zsolnay ceramics in various forms around Hungary including beautiful church roofs and garden sculptures. This museum has all kinds of unique and beautiful Zsolnay creations. You'll also learn about technologies developed for ceramic products; some never used, others unique... 更多
This was surprisingly interesting museum, with displays on the history of the Zsolnay family and their amazing ceramic tiles and other decorative items