The International Ceramics Museum: Faenza

Ceramics lovers unite! If you’ve ever wanted to get an idea on how the whole world since antiquity has dealt with making clay into useful and artistic containers, the Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche in Faenza is the largest museum of its kind.

I’ve wandered the museum. It’s immense. No, it’s likely I haven’t seen but a fraction of what’s there, but I came away impressed anyway.

Modern stuff? Yeah, it’s there. And it’ll make you wander how big they make kilns these days. Just look:

There are classic themes:

And there are many Central American examples:

How to Get to the International Ceramics Museum

International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza
Viale Baccarini 19 – 48018 Faenza RA

According to the very well done official site

The Museum is near the Railway Station. It is easy to get here on foot: leave the station and follow the large street lined with trees (Viale Baccarini), go past the traffic lights and you will find the Museum on the left.

You can see the location on the map below.

Faenza is an interesting town to visit. Recommended tourist destinations nearby are: Dozza, Brisighella, Imola, Forli, and Predappio, the birthplace of Mussolini.

Map Showing the International Ceramics Museum in Faenza

The coverage of Ceramics around the world is superb
When to Go: Any time
Region: Emilia-Romagna: Map & Guide
Days: Allow half a day
Faenza Lodging.

Disclosure: This post was a part of Buonvivere Blog Tour, organized by Settimana del Buonvivere in collaboration with 21grammy.

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