Come to the Terracotta Museum, which is housed in a former pottery factory with unique industrial architecture, and during the visit you can find out about the trades (tile makers and potters) and the products involved in the world of pottery and its history in La Bisbal d’Empordà from the Late Middle Ages to the present.
The first written evidence that mentions ther potter profession in La Bisbal d'Empordà dates back to 1.511. Craftsman, creator, artist, almost an alchemist, la Bisbal potters are often the last of a family of potters who have shaped clay for generations.
Today, la Bisbal is the capital of the ceramic industry, a pottery center of international reference. On the first floor, take a pause to look at the most innovative and contemporary pottery vitrine.
Months of September to June
Tuesday to Friday from 10h to 13h and 16h to 19h.
Saturday from 10h to 14h and 17h to 20h.
Sundays and holidays (except Monday holidays), January 5, May 1, December 24 and 31: 10h to 14h.
Mondays, 1 and 6 January, 25 and 26 December: closed.
July and August
Monday to Saturday from 10h to 14h and 17h to 20.30.
Sunday: from 10h to 14h.