This museum is small. It doesn't take so long to see everything. Almost everything has an English translation. Quiet and warm.
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This is a modern Museum and Exhibition Hall in the city of Zhenjiang near or better to say at the "gates" of Xijin Ferry area. Actually its location is in the middle between the restored traditional Zhenjiang and the remaining old poor areas of Red Light District (the name is not related with other types of Red Light Districts) now... More
It's a small but very nice museum. Most signs are in English and Chinese, though dates are all missing, opting instead for stating the dynasty of the item. The facilities are excellent and the surrounding area is beautiful in an old urban way. There are many surrounding buildings that look ancient with a lot of mixed newer developments. It's a... More
The best way to know a city is to visit museum.Cuz that concentrates the cream of history and culture. A famous motto in The Children's Museum in Wasgington---"I hear and I forget. I see and I remember.I do and I understand" really inspires me. It's not that easy to dig into the long and briliant history of China. But, all... More
Scenery in Zhenjiang is very attractive,the three mountains left me a very deep impression. Except for that, Zhenjiang Museum, which located on the same ancient street as Xijin Ferry looks very beautiful from outside. Although the museum is not very large, it displays cultural relics ranging from the Neolithic Age to the Ming and Qing Dynasties in its exhibition rooms.... More
Not really anything special, but makes for a convenient stop-over when driving through the region. Get out the car to walk around the exhibits for a while, allow yourself about 20-30 minutes to see everything in this small provincial museum on the history of zhenjiang.
The newly built museum is located on the site of the former British Consulate. Zhenjiang became a Treaty Port as of April 1861. Some of the buildings of the consulate are still under renovation and make a very homogeneous architectural complex, along with the new museum, all decorated with red and black bricks. The museum houses interesting collections of bronze... More
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