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Really nice to see how grow from small family fabric to high quality international business.
Fine art inside,if someone like fine tiny porcelains is it heven.
Only 1 negatív point the elevator for while cheers visitors off...
We bought a combined ticket to the Porcelanium and the Porcelain Museum. The museum was quite interesting, but unfortunately due to an ongoing exhibition in Japan, some pieces from the historic collection was not displayed. Here you can see unique pieces and understand the history...More
We spent a wonderful half-day in Herend Porcelanium. There is a great option: a combination ticket --> You can get in the Porcelain Museum, Mini manufacture and cafe. Since it was Easter, there was an interesting activity for kids, but also for adults. It was...More
One can not only see how the items are made, but the Porcelain Museum offers visitors a fascinating look at so many of the exquisite items that come out of the Herend factory, and of course one can dig deep into the pocketbook and buy...More
The Herend factory was established in 1826 and commenced with the production of fine porcelain pieces for royalty and noble families.
I’ve been to the Herend Factory and adjacent retail store about ten times, often seeking to view their newest offerings. Years ago, one of...More
We drove quite a distance to go to the Herend Factory and when we arrived we immediately went to their "gift" shop and purchased several rather expensive items. To our surprise, after spending over $1000 on a porcelain coffee pot, they wanted to charge us...More
Nice museum showing the history of the famous Herend porcelain. There's a wall for example which shows all the patterns used on Herend sets, like the famous Victoria pattern created for British Queen Victoria.
The museum building is right next to the factory and opposite...More
One of the most exquisite collections of porcelain in the world - must visit if you are in Hungary! Do also remember to take their brilliant guided tour in their Mimimanufactory (which is in the neighbouring building)!
Visited with students (15-16 ys) and asked for an English guided tour. Could see how porcelan painters work and could actually talk to them. Assembled a porcelain elephant/used water colour to reproduce motives. Good coffee. I did not fall in love with every style, but...More