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Visited here early one morning....various guides came immediately to offer me a tour but they did not speak english ....no written leaflet available...one lady explained basically that there were 7 rooms with examples starting with prehistory through to today...very interesting but needed some basic knowledge...More
Next to a beautiful garden with a great view from the entrance. Worth stopping by if you’re in the area but perhaps not, as in our case, a destination visit. We found it rather disappointing, sad almost - more storage behind glass than a museum....More
In the lower Caltagirone is a fairly small museum of Ceramics that is well organized and easily doable in an hour or so. It sits in the city gardens which are a green respite for the dun colored city. The descriptions are only in Italian...More
I would not consider this museum an essential destination unless you have a strong interest in ceramics and a lot of knowledge about them. English speakers get a little booklet that provides some basic explanation of the most important objects. The collection is extensive and...More
This museum partly contextualises the work you see in the tourist shops in the city. I enjoyed this museum but I do think it needs more explanation and the entrance and toilets need a good refurbishment. The price of entry is not high and a...More
This museum needs a serious refurbishment on the outside as well as on the inside. The pieces need to be valorised and should be shown in a different way more appealing to visitors. At present it looks a little bit run down and the price...More
The Museo Regionale della Ceramica is perfect for everybody who likes to look into the history of ceramics of this "city of ceramics", Caltagirone. It is a museum for everybody, not just for the "heavy" ceramics lover.
The entrance was hard to find. At the main street the entrance was closed but there was not indicated that the main entrance was at the Giardino pubblico. In the museum a lot of things were to see, but without any explanation. a pity