1. In the same park as the Urban Planning Museum, the Changsha Library and the Changsha Concert Hall; 2. There are four permanent museums upstairs and downstairs, three ancient museums and one modern museum; 3. Although they are municipal museums, they actually see several bronzes that can not be seen by other museums; 4. The pottery of Changsha Kiln is a small bright spot; 5. Every day, from 9:30 a.m. to 14:00 p.m., there are fixed pottery. Free explanation of time, the opportunity to listen to it will obviously improve the experience of visitors; 6. The Museum has wifi, services for the disabled, but there is no water heater in any form. Throughout the country, there is no unique, poor evaluation.
Free for citizens to learn the history and culture of Changsha, only need identity cards, security checks. On the Dragon Boat Festival, besides eating rice dumplings and watching dragon boat rowing, I took my children to the museum to learn about the history and culture of Chu and Han Dynasties and the origin of Dragon Boat Festival.
Changsha Municipal Exhibition Hall is a red exhibition hall built during the Cultural Revolution. It used to be called Long Live Hall. It is a large-scale imitation of the Soviet Union. It has the characteristics of the times. There are flagpoles with red flags on both sides. There are sickles and axes on the red flag. In the middle is the image of young Mao Zedong. Now it is rare in China. Next to the statue is a poem wall engraved with Chairman Mao's poems. Chairman Mao's poems I read a lot, so I didn't visit them very much, but I made a lot of films about this building.
Chairman Mao and his wife used to live here, where Mao Anying and Mao Anqing were born.
I wanted to install literary and artistic youth to visit museums and navigate through provincial museums. As a result, I was told that it had not been completed and that it was not open until 2016. So the Provincial Museum mentioned online is actually Changsha Museum. Fortunately, it's not far away and it doesn't waste too much time. Municipal museums are some historical sites. They are not busy nearby and the subway is far away. If they are not particularly interested in history, they are not recommended. Visits are free. You need to show your ID card at the counter. Staff members will issue free tickets or make a memorial. An hour is enough to finish the tour.
The cultural relics of Changsha Museum still give people a kind of bright feeling. As a new museum, it needs ID card as well as provincial museum. Perhaps the museum is far from being visited by many people, but there are still some bronzes on display in the city that was completely destroyed in World War II. At the same time, the interaction of the pavilion can also be achieved. Some high-tech methods have been used to display some cultural relics such as porcelain.
Free tickets are unavoidable, tickets are obtained by ID card, and the entrance is Mao Zedong Poetry and Calligraphy Corridor. In it are Mao Zedong's and Yang Kaihui's former residences, as well as some cannons displayed in the Qing Dynasty. When they went, they were holding paintings exhibitions.
The environment is tall and the leaders are more respectable. It's not the decoration of the provincial museum. Many tourists may not remember whether there are good things in the city museum. It's possible that many locals in the New District relocate and don't know where they are.