Built on the site of a former stately home, the existing palace was constructed in 1740. In 1954, the palace became the headquarters of the Ceramics Museum, which among others, houses an impressive ceramics collection, donated by Manuel Gonzalez Marti.
The rectangular, rococo style palace boasts towers on each corner. The palace façade asserts the building’s character with its paintings and replica marble adornment. The heavy main doorway is made of alabaster and is presided over by the Virgin of the Rosary.
You can also visit the palatial rooms with their original decoration and eighteenth century carriages.
A “must visit” while you are in Valencia.