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Jingdezhen Official Kiln Museum

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Capital of China's Porcelain - Jingdezhen

As the China's "Porcelain Capital", Jingdezhen is the one of Four Great Towns in China. For me, the... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2013
Grace F
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London, United Kingdom
Nice museum that showcases ancient Chinese porcelain but overall site is not as informative as GuYao

Nice place to visit if you have a lot of time in Jingdezhen, much smaller in comparison to GuYao... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2016
Sierrayb
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Brooklyn, New York
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15 Jun 2016
“Nice museum that showcases ancient Chinese porcelain but overall site is not as informative as GuYao”
12 Oct 2015
“Interesting but ultimately disappointing and expensive”
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Zhongshan North Road, Zhushan District, Jingdezhen 333000, China
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Reviewed 15 June 2016

Nice place to visit if you have a lot of time in Jingdezhen, much smaller in comparison to GuYao the main Ancient Kiln site on the west side of town. This site (YuYao) has beautiful wood pagagoda that you can climb up with a great...More

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Reviewed 12 October 2015

I had high expectations for this museum, in part because some of the most exquisite porcelain ever made was produced on these grounds but also because, with a world class entrance fee of RMB95, I anticipated a world class museum. Instead what we found were...More

2  Thank Atworth
Reviewed 27 January 2015

There are many opportunities to buy very high quality (high priced) porcelain items at the museum, and a great opportunity to see the potters still performing their craft, but the "ancient" kilns that are the centerpieces of this world heritage site were rebuilt in the...More

1  Thank Andrew R
Reviewed 5 January 2015

I believe this "site" is often overlooked by people traveling to jingdezhen. Not only is it a must see there are also other sites to visit in the area. Spend the day, bring a lunch, walk the pond area, or better yet set an appointment...More

Thank foodwriter007
Reviewed 16 August 2014

If you are interested in handmade ceramics, this is definitely a must go to place. You will see the artists that have been doing this for 50+ years at work. Some of the artists are hand throwing the ceramic pieces and some are painting the...More

Thank 2004_Retirees
Reviewed 3 July 2014

The museum is on the site where the official, ie imperial kiln, used to be during Ming-Qing dynasties, Zhushan, or Pearl Hill. Thus a lot of shards and other finds have been excavated, and the museum exhibits many fantastic reconstructed pieces. However, if you want...More

Thank AnotherSwede
Reviewed 19 April 2013

Interesting but not as good as the ceramic museum and expo. Some good examples of porcelain from the Qing and Ming Dynasties especially the iconic blue and white porcelain. Can see the same plus a lot more at the other museum.

Thank KatielouAustralia
Reviewed 19 January 2013

Phantastic overview of the handicraft, all life to explore, sadly all items are very expensive to buy

1  Thank Thomas C
Reviewed 8 January 2013

As the China's "Porcelain Capital", Jingdezhen is the one of Four Great Towns in China. For me, the most attractive stuff is the ancient ceramics industry. And the spots to learn something about porcelain is Ceramic History and Culture Zone, Gaoling-Yaoli Scenic Area, Fuliang Ancient...More

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