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The location of Sichuan Museum is a bit further from the city centre, however, getting here via Didi / taxi should not be a problem.
The museum is free for both tourists and local, just have to register for tourist before entry. The museum has...More
nice collection. if you speak chinese and it’s a saturday definitely get one of the kid guides (free). a fourth grade girl took us through an exhibit about objects excavated from han graves and we learned so much! we were so impressed! :)
Located near DuFu Cottage, the museum has a number of nice exhibit spread over three floors. Not just a history museum, but also a cultural museum. If you like strolling through museums, this is worth a visit but I personally preferred the Chengdu Museum.
The humidex was at 40+oC so I decided to revisit this museum and again it was worth the trip.
There are a wide selection of artifacts and art - the art exhibit here is much better than the art museum that is located next to...More
Nice place with three-floors. Each of the place has it's own theme. The air condition was just nice to us, because the outdoor was like burning. We spent more than two hours there. Worth to visit here and learned history.
Sichuan Museum is well maintained and free. It is a big building with many ancient artefacts from Chengdu. It is located near Tianfu Square. The museum is divided into a few levels from ancient Chinese history to modern World War II struggle against the Japanese....More
Despite being housed in an ageing building, the collection at the Sichuan Museum is world class! Exhibiting artifacts going back thousands of years, the museum showcases the cultures that developed locally, both before subjugation by Han Chinese and afterwards, when the people living in the...More