Museo Nacional de Cerámica
Who knew that tiles, cups and plates could be quite so fascinating? Ceramics have always been a big deal in Spain
, and this magnificent overview documents their existence as an art form. Housed in the baroque palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas, the collection contains gems like a historic Valencian kitchen re-created in its entirety with 18th- and 19th-century azulejos (painted tiles), and various platters made for the museum by Pablo Picasso.