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The museum is worth a visit especially to those interested in Chinese history. The museum has a... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
george p
Atlanta, Georgia
Very interesting - a highlight being the well preserved corpse!

We were brought here as part of a tour, so we have no idea about the admission cost, if any. There... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2018
Ontario, Canada
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No.134 Jingzhong Road, Jingzhou District, Jingzhou 434000, China
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The museum is worth a visit especially to those interested in Chinese history. The museum has a 1000+ year old mummy that is very well preserved. The museum has a lot of textiles, vases, and other artifacts. The museum is very impressive. My only complaint...More

Thank george p
Reviewed 8 June 2018

We were brought here as part of a tour, so we have no idea about the admission cost, if any. There were actually a number of english signs so we could follow what we were looking at. A highlight (although maybe not for young ones),...More

Thank StanleyandMarie
Reviewed 5 June 2018

This is a good museum with plenty of artifacts including textiles and the mummy of a wealthy person. His brain has been removed and can be seen along with his entrails. It's a rather macabre sight but it is a museum. The grounds around the...More

Thank Ludwig K
Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

This museum showcase precious Chinese relics from the Paleolithic era to the spring autumn period to Han Dynasty. It’s a must for ancient Chinese history buffs. Some of the must see highlights in the museum are the lacquer ware, ancient weapons, ancient musical instruments, brocades...More

Thank Lai J
Reviewed 1 November 2017

The visit to the Jingzhou Museum was surprisingly interesting and educational. Their collection of cultural and archeological relics was quite impressive. Coffins and burial objects unearthed from excavated tombs were on display. Particularly unique and amazing was the well-preserved "flessy" mummy of a high official...More

Thank eelSeattle
Reviewed 30 October 2017

There were some great displays at the museum, including a very well preserved mummy. The setting was also very picturesque.

Thank BigAlks
Reviewed 28 June 2017

From the 2000 year old mummy, to craft and everyday items Jingzhou Museum had so much to see. There are great photo opportunities and the chance to learn a lot about the local history. We loved every minute of our time there and would definitely...More

Thank brg68mga
Reviewed 21 May 2017

Really good museum and great exhibits. The museum is set in a great building and lovely setting. Well worth a visit

Thank HBread1
Reviewed 3 May 2017

The mummy was on display so all can see. Interesting displays of Chinese history. Give yourself and hour and check it out.

Thank karenkkl
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Beautiful interconnected buildings with a center water feature make this a wonderful place to visit. The historic relics contained within the museum's walls only add to the intrigue. I especially enjoyed viewing Mr. Sui, the museum's very well preserved mummy. The mummy's well preserved guts...More

Thank Stuart Y
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