Founded in 1966, the Ceramic Museum of Barcelona is today housed inside the Palace of Pedralbes, which, from 1922 to 1924, was home to the Spanish royal family. With a collection of ceramics from around Spain, the museum is regarded as one of the leading centres for the study of traditional and contemporary ceramics. General admission is €5 and concessions are €3. The admission fee to the Ceramics Museum also includes admission to Barcelona's Museum of Decorative Arts and the Textile and Costume Museum.
Museu de la Ceràmica
Avinguda Diagonal 686, 08034 Barcelona
Tuesdays to Sundays: 10am - 6pm Holidays: 10am - 3pm.