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We got Free entery tickets just by showing our passports which was really nice. The museum building is modern and nice. Its well organized, they have free safes if you want ed to roam the museum hands free! The top floor is not open yet....More
All you need is your passport or driver's license ID to get in. Get your free ticket from a kiosk located on the right hand side when you face the Museum entrance. When we get there, many floor is closed for reservation. The 3rd floor...More
Honestly I feel the museum had very little on display as compared to its size.only the third and fourth floors had veiwing galleries.The third floor had one gallery with only chinese inscriptions which made it difficult for us to comprehend or appreciate the objects on...More
There were some very interesting exhibits in this spacious museum, but unfortunately some were closed (calligraphy/painting and the 4th floor). The museum has a different design where the 3rd floor is spread across a few floors. We did enjoy the exhibits on fragrance (no English...More
All you need is your passport ID to get in. When we went the fourth floor was closed but there is plenty to see on Chinese history from pottery to carvings to art. It is mostly in Chinese but if you ask in advance they...More
Please do not forget to take your passport in order to get free admission to this museum.
Based in very unusual nice building, this museum exposes a big collection of ancient woodcarving, porcelain and pottery.
Furthermore, one can admire the amazing collection of Chinese calligraphy...More
On a quiet weekend (so we thought), we decided to visit the Guangdong Museum, in Zhujiang New Town. The exterior facade of the building always amazed me, given its unique design and colour. Inside is hugh, lots of floors and rooms, with some very interesting...More
It's a free museum with beautiful architecture and many amazing exhibits. What could there be to complain about?
I used to be a tour guide at the Met in NYC, so I've seen my fair share of museums. This is a great way to spend...More
I was very looking forward to this museum. It is a massive modern building, and it being the museum representative of Guangdong Province, I was expecting a lot more. Although the exhibits were interesting and aesthetically pleasing, I could not help feeling rather disappointed. It...More
This is the only museum that I suggest to visit in Guangzhou. Is pretty big and really interesting, full of history of the all guangdong area. A plus is that, everything is also in English, so the descriptions are not just in chinese. There are...More
I was there, sometime ago and there are two ways to reach the museum. One is by the APM line,which will get you nearer to the museum. The other is the regular subway line. I, can't remember, the station name, but you... More
I was there, sometime ago and there are two ways to reach the museum. One is by the APM line,which will get you nearer to the museum. The other is the regular subway line. I, can't remember, the station name, but you can easily google it.
The library is next to the museum.