Museu de Ceràmica
Founded in 1966, the Museu de Ceràmica de Barcelona collection contains some of the most important Spanish ceramic works which stand out for their originality and artistic value. This ceramic heritage is the result of the careful preservation of archeological remains, and collections from civilians. It includes medieval pieces from the Almohade period, Mudejar productions from Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia, the hispano-moorish pottery of Paterna and Manises, the dishware and polichromic tiles of the Golden Age, specimens of the Rococco era of Alcora and creations by contemporary artists.
Thanks to the richness and prestige of its collections, the Museu de Ceràmica is internationally recognized and considered the reference centre for the study of traditional and contemporary ceramics. In addition to the permanent collection, visitors such as archeologists, museologists, ceramists, antique dealers, and collectors can visit the reserves to study the material from excavations and consult the archives and the library.
Explore the Museu de Ceràmica collections here .