National Ceramics Museum or the Museo Nacional de Cerámica is one of the famous museums in Spanish city, Valencia. As the name suggest, this museum is dedicated exclusively to ceramic creations.
It is located at 2, Calle del Poeta Querol in Valencia. The museum was closed for a pretty long time. However, it has been reopened for the public recently. The museum building was constructed at the end of the 15th century.
The ceramic artifacts were collected by Gonzalez Marti from Valencia. Tourists can see an astonishing collection of Spanish as well as international ceramic creations.
Cover the Palacio de Dos Aquas, Dance Hall, Carroza of Nymphs, Chair of Hands, Bacia de Loza alcorena are some of the "must - see" pieces in this museum. These artifacts belong to various eras.
One can also see the Arab and Christian ceramics in this museum. The museum remains open from 10 am to 6 pm on Tuesday through Sunday. It is closed on Monday.