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I love Asian ceramics, so delicate and beautiful, so I had big expectations for this museum. What they have here is a very limited collection of mainly broken, dull pieces of ceramics from archeological digs. The best thing about this museum was the central courtyard...More
Definitely worth a little visit, located in a beautiful old traditional home and very well decorated and later out. Enjoyed the views from the balcony there and had fun educating myself on the local history and seeing some of the machinery that had been used...More
A limited collection of ceramics for the enthusiast and some historical records too, but you'd need to be keen to get much out of the ceramic collection as a layman. However, the ancient house is stunning and well worth a visit in its own right.
This museum is also housed in a traditional style Vietnamese style with two stories surrounding a lovely courtyard where every thing feels quiet and serene. The length of time trading in ceramics on the river was amazing. I enjoyed seeing the remains of a sunken...More
Went here as part of a guided tour of Hoi An. The guide explained the history of the place and this made it more interesting than it would otherwise have been. I liked looking at the old ceramics and the old carved wood was amazing....More
The collection of ceramics in the Museum of Trade Ceramics is only small but nonetheless interesting and the history information makes for interesting reading. The building itself is fabulous. It is a very beautiful building constructed in the traditional Vietnamese architectural style. It is a...More
This is a small museum with limited collection. It helps to explain the trading history of the region. However, the quality of the ceramic is quite average, mainly for everyday use. There are no exceptional pieces there.
We viewed this museum as one of five key sites that were part of the Ancient Town visitor pass (we could access any of the sites during our stay in Hoi An). The museum housed a wide range of pottery and ceramics that had been...More