The González Martí museum, located in Valencia, Spain, is dedicated to ceramics and porcelain, as well as other decorative arts including textiles, traditional costumes and furniture. Housed in the historical Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas, the museum was founded in 1947 to house the donated ceramic collection of Don Manuel González Martí and his wife Doña Amelia Cuñat.
The museum exhibits a significant collection of ceramics, with prehistoric, Roman, Greek and Arabic pieces. It also includes a representative selection of medieval objects, tiles and 'socarrats' from Valencian towns including Manises, Paterna and Alcora. Nowadays, the museum continues to honour the traditional and contemporary crafts of the Valencian community. Among all its collected works, it is especially proud of the contribution it has made to upholding Valencian ceramics, with its long tradition and vast global reach.