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Not as far away as we were told. Yes, it is outside of central Paris but still very accessible. We went to see an exhibition of Marit Tingleff's works. She is one of Norway's foremost ceramic artists. The pieces were impressive and worth the trip.
I went expecting to see more 18th century Sevres porcelain. Instead the focus was more on the history of porcelain making. I was also disappointed that the factory gift shop was closed as we visited on Saturday. Had I understood things better I would have...More
Was not expected this to be so spectacular. There are a lot of rooms on the ground floor that cover different period of ceramics. A few took my breath away. The special exhibit upstairs, something about colour, was truly spectacular. The curator has the rare...More
Great place. Discovered it by mistake on the way back form Versailles. Awesome museum. Zero parking. the souvenir shop was great. very few items. but value for money. the staff at the shop know their subject and take the patience to explain the purchase to...More
For years I hesitated to visit this museum, then finally I pushed open its door, and I had a most wonderful surprise.
I’d expected being bored (I accompanied a friend set to visit this museum) seeing grandma’s porcelain tea cups and saucers over and over...More
If you really love ceramics, and want to know more about it - historically and technically speaking - you must visit Sevres Museum. The building itself and its garden are already very interesting - if you go during Spring or Summer times. It's not far...More
An historical place with incredible collections and Great show ´s both historical and contemporary .Both a museum and manufacture , still living at an international scale.
The best of French craftmanship . You can visit and buy from a beautifull selection which is very expensive...More
This is very interesting with ceramics throughout history and from different parts of the world. There are three floors. There is a permanent section and a temporary section for new exhibits. It s also next to a wonderful park.
Getting this far out of central Paris, away from any other reason, is not the best use of time and energy. The collection is not very impressive in comparison with M.Arts Decoratif and labeled the lazy way... numbers that correspond to a list not adjacent...More