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There are loads of museum at Xian, you should visit all of them. The tour can be easily understood by Guide. This museum again shows you the history of China. You can enter with entry fees and you can enter here free as well and...More
This is one of the most impressive history museums I have ever visited. Museum professionals who are sophisticated about the subtle yet effective use of technology did a splendid job of making the past come alive. 5000 years of history are hard to compress in...More
Make sure you arrange your own English guide for this museum. You will be immensely lucky to secure the few English audio guides they have and a visit to the guided tour yielded no luck either. The guided tour would have cost 400 Yuan for...More
The 30 yuan entrance seems reasonable until you realise others can get in for free but they wait long. It is not a large museum but is well curated. The displays, from Neolithic to. more recent times speak for themselves. Displays ends approximately around Tang...More
I queued for 1 hour (2.30pm to 3.30pm ) to buy a 30rmb entrance ticket (which also gave me access to a special exhibit). The queuing time passed fast and they provided shelter from the sun. Once inside, the museum was filled with a lot...More
It is possible to book a slot to visit this museum, as otherwise you are waiting out side forever, and in Summer it is baking hot. They didn't have any English audio guides when I was there, so a lot of the artefacts weren't appreciated...More
As a history buff I found myself enthralled in China but missing the artifact component to it all. Everywhere up till this point had been buildings and tombs. The Shaanxi History Museum filled in the gap beautifully. Xi'an had been the capital of China for...More
OK, I am not a museum person but there were two issues with this museum. It was insanely busy for a start. Far too many people in here to enjoy the experience. Also the artefacts were somewhat lifeless outside their natural context. Much better time...More
Well, firstly I put on Zhihu( Chinese Quora) where there are lots of users search questions alike. It was also because I haven't found a better way to reach my audience who might happen to travel over there.