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This is not a museum, all the things they do is put as show. The pottery they showcase is not the one they provided. We were forced to visit this place as part of the tour. DO NOT COME HERE IF YOU HAVE A CHOICE!
The place was not a museum its a commercial tea pottery....
Dangerous with kids whose playing around those expensive teapots..
Its ok just for general knowledge about pottery but i guess you have to be a tea person to trully appreciate teapots.
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I thought it was a museum but it's not, more like a commercial demonstration place where you can see locally made redware goods. We have been led by the tour guide and all stay in one demonstration room. Roughly 10 mins later, a host from...More
The Redware Museum is more like a commercial showcase of locally made redware goods such as teapots, cups, teaware sets, and animal figurines. It is located on the second floor of the building, and while there are some informational posters and antiques the facility is...More