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Ignore the google instructions about busses, etc. When you get out of the metro, walk about 400m across the bridge over the Seine and you're essentially there. The highlights of this little museum are a gallery full of late medieval and renaissance pottery (including some...More
The museum exists since the 1820s and is a host of large individual collections from several continents. It can be easily accessed through Metro after 10 minutes walk crossing the bridge. Besides the value for ceramic fans it has a historical value as it was...More
We enjoyed this museum because we are collectors of French porcelain. We would recommend this museum to others who are also interested in this subject. However, there is only a minimal amount of information presented in English on the museum's expository plaques. We only recommend...More
I had never visited a museum dedicated solely to ceramics before this -- hence it was a new and very special experience.
The collections are gorgeous, visually stunning and nicely displayed-- although the write ups are quite sparse and could be improved.
The collections are...More
To arrive at thie fascinating museum, take Metro Line 9 to the end, exit and walk over the bridge that crosses the Seine. View the china designed for royalty. Experience the virtual exhibit in which one can create a custom platter. VIsit the showroom of...More
As other reviewers have commented, there is almost nothing in English, no audio guide, no guided tours. Two wings of the museum were closed - no idea why - the shop had disappeared, there was no loo paper in the toilets and no café on...More
Easily accessible by the metro (take to the end of line 9), the Museum features amazing porcelain collections, including some of the services used by Madame du Barry and Madame Pompadour. There are ceramic collections from all over the world, including Incan, Aztec, Middle Eastern,...More
The building is a museum as well as a factory, so you will be able to see the craftsmen at work today, while also seeing the old kilns and having the procedures of earlier times explained to you as you walk around. The guides were...More
It's a little far away from the center but still easily accessible with Metro Line #9.
Museum building is really beautiful. It's a well designed museum with full of ceramics from Carolengian to Ottoman, Chineese to Delft, Iranian to French... Bookshop is also full of...More