Located in the southeast corner of Loblinka, Lhasa, Tibet Museum is the first museum with modern functions in Tibet. The preface hall, the main exhibition hall and the cultural relics warehouse are situated on the axis of the museum area in turn. Every time I go to a new city, I will go to the Museum of this place (especially the Tibetan Museum), first understand the culture and history of this place, and then feel the humanities and nature here. The Tibetan Museum tells about the changes and brilliance of Tibet. Following the historical context, in the package of Tibetan classical architecture, I quietly searched for the past and present life of this magical land in Tibet. Compared with those large-scale museums, Tibetan Expo is somewhat elegant on this land in Tibet. The most valuable cultural relics must be in temples rather than Museum nature, and the exhibits in it can not be placed too high requirements. No tickets are needed to enter. Visitor's tickets (such as ID card, student ID card, etc.) are collected by the certificate. No water is allowed to be brought into the door for security check. Bottled water can be drunk or poured out by oneself, and then it can be connected in the library. Mineral water is either put at the door, or it can be drunk or not directly. The Tibetan Museum is still worth seeing. It has a special exhibition hall to introduce Tibet's history, as well as Tangka, Buddha statues and the lives of some Tibetans. It is a good place to have a comprehensive understanding of Tibet in a short time. Monday closed, the basic play time is about 2 hours, the first floor with stamps, stamp collectors can go to stamp, the first floor also has a video introduction of Tibet in the sky, playing three times a day, 11:30, 13:30, 15:00, respectively. After visiting the museum, you can also take it across to Roblinka.
The Tibet Museum is located near Roblinka Park, opposite the passenger terminal in the western suburbs. No tickets are needed to enter. Visitor's tickets (such as ID card, student ID card, etc.) are collected by the certificate. No water is allowed to be brought into the door for security check. Bottled water can be drunk or poured out by oneself, and then it can be connected in the library. Mineral water is either put at the door, or it can be drunk or not directly. The Tibetan Museum is still worth seeing. It has a special exhibition hall to introduce Tibet's history, as well as Tangka, Buddha statues and the lives of some Tibetans. It is a good place to have a comprehensive understanding of Tibet in a short time. Monday closed, the basic play time is about 2 hours, the first floor with stamps, stamp collectors can go to stamp, the first floor also has a video introduction of Tibet in the sky, playing three times a day, 11:30, 13:30, 15:00, respectively.
You can collect the tickets in the basket when the security check is free from the opposite side of the Tibet Library and Roblinka. Mineral water and lighter can not be taken in but can be taken out after the security check. It is recommended by the Tibet Museum that you visit Dazhao Temple, Budala Palace and Xiaozhao Temple (or Roblinka) on the same day to remember Monday. It's not too late to close the museum and then go. It's better to arrive before 16:00, because it takes about an hour even if you look at it roughly. The Tibetan Museum has three floors, each floor has three exhibition halls on average. Like most museums, the first exhibition hall is about ancient times, so there will be animal specimens, and then there will be experience places in modern museums to play chess. And painting... Interesting to recommend!
The Tibetan Museum is very large, and the tickets are free. It is also the only place where I can take pictures. After entering, the liquids must be poured out and no water or drinks can be brought. The Tibetan Museum tells about the history of Tibet and Princess Wencheng, which records the historical and cultural heritage of Tibet. It's also a must-go place.
To go to every city, you have to go to the local museum to get a deeper understanding of the city's history. In Tibet Museum, bronze Buddha statues of different periods and shapes are very rich; exquisite Thangka, folk musical instruments, and many precious cultural relics preserved in Tibet's development are worth seeing.
In summer vacation, we went to Tibet, along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway and by train. Tibet Museum is a place worth visiting. There are no tickets. Entrance security is very strict, can not bring water in oh, you can refer to. First of all, it feels magnificent. How can we say that Tibet has a long history? The museum is super worth seeing. If you take it seriously, more than two hours will be enough. I recommend you to go!
There are great Tangka and many scenes of Tibetan life. What impresses me most is the imitation statues. And 24 roads can be made from Sala Temple, Zaki Temple, Canggu Temple, Balang Street, Potala Palace, Museum, Robrinka, Zhepeng Temple. It's very convenient. This bus only costs one yuan.
In the centre of Lhasa, opposite Brokalin, people have to queue up for admission at the peak of summer tourism. They enter freely with their ID cards. Security checks are strict and water can't be brought in. The exhibits are very rich and are a window to understand Tibet's politics, economy, history and culture.
Tibet Museum is opposite to Roblinka obliquely. As a museum control, we can't miss any museum in any place, especially at the provincial level. First of all, its location is very easy to find. There is a Museum Station on the bus, so we can get off the bus. Its appearance is more square, with national characteristics, especially the beasts on the front door, which are quite different from other museums. The biggest difference between the museum and other museums is its rich Thangka art, statues of various Buddhas and precious scriptures. I particularly recommend the golden seal, which was issued to the living Buddha by the Qing government in successive dynasties. It is of great historical value. The panorama of Lhasa should also be included. To understand, you will understand why Dazhao Temple is the center of Lhasa. In addition, the introduction of Tibetan Buddhism in the exhibition hall can also benefit you a lot. Compared with other provinces, the Tibetan Museum is not big, but its layout is reasonable, there are many rest areas, and it is not tired to visit.
The Tibetan Museum is closed on Monday for free visits. Museum is the best place to understand the local history and culture. Tibet Museum keeps the national characteristics of Tibet very well. It has a magnificent appearance. Flowers and plants are planted in the middle and on both sides of the long ladder. Museum has a wealth of exhibits, a variety of models of Bodhisattva, various Tibetan classics, various musical instruments, a variety of handicraft with national characteristics, eye-catching. What impressed me most was the Tangka in the museum. It was a wonderful flower of Tibetan culture with colorful and exquisite patterns. There is also a thousand-handed Avalokitesvara with three heads folded together, which is unique. Visiting Tibet Museum is like reading an encyclopedia of Tibetan culture and visiting Tibetan scenic spots. We should have a better understanding of its cultural connotation.