Built on top of the old Santa Ana ceramics factory, this modern day museum affords a fascinating look into the craft and artistry of the beautiful tile work Seville is famous for creating. The museum is divided into three parts with many multimedia exhibits available in English.
The first part of the museum focuses on the actual factory that the museum is built on and affords real access to the kilns and other production areas that were used for hundreds of years. The second section displays ceramic work from the Moorish period through the 1950's and is an archival treasure. The final aspect of the museum shows the process of restoration and local life in Triana. All well worth the visit.
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