Nanjing Museum in Zhongshan Road, without tickets, there are quite a lot of things inside, dinosaur skeleton, a variety of weapons, official clothes, the most famous beautiful is the Hamamelis and Hamamelis Jade Clothes, quite exquisite and meticulous, can fully see the ancient royal luxury, walking forward and imitating the architecture of the Republic of China, tired can eat next, the price is good. Go past
Nanjing Museum is really super-excellent. It's a free attraction. It's very convenient to make an appointment one day in advance. You can get tickets directly after you go. There are several pavilions inside, as well as free lecturers, and the rented lecture machines are very good. The Republic Pavilion is very interesting. There are restaurants, hungry can also add a little physical fitness. The museum is really very large, even if it is sloppy, it will take several hours to walk down. If you want to go around carefully and listen to the explanation, you can spend a day in it. It took me two hours and I wasn't happy.
I have been to Nanjing many times before and missed it. This time I realized that the Nanjing Museum is the most important place that should not be missed. The name is Nanjing Museum. Actually, it is like provincial museums in every province. The exhibits and contents on display are not only in Nanjing, but also in Jiangsu. Of course, only one city in Nanjing can support the whole museum. The Museum has several pavilions, the essence of which is in the ancient history exhibition area and the Republic Street. In the exhibition area of ancient history, the exhibits of the Southern Dynasty are the most important, because Nanjing has been a well-deserved political, cultural and economic center for 300 years since the Eastern Jin Dynasty, leaving a rich and precious legacy for today's people. In addition to the treasures of townships such as silk thread and jade clothes, there are still many artifacts that are originally designed and worth searching for. After visiting the ancient history exhibition area, you will naturally walk to the Minguo Street, which is the most creative place of the museum. The street scenery inside is set up in the 1930s. There are also shops, bookstores and a post office (the layout during the Republic of China, where visitors can send letters). Some of the staff wear student clothes during the Republic of China. Maybe it's a night scene. It's very dark in Minguo Street and the photographic effect is not good. Near the exit there is also a big theatre teahouse, singing opera at all times, when performing, you can order a cup of tea to rest your feet, and you can't enter without performing. The old building of Nanjing Museum was left over during the Republic of China and surrounded by historic buildings. Sweep your ID card and get your ticket. It has a name on it. It's memorable. Self-timer pole can't be taken with it. It's very tightly watched during security checks. What's in the bag has to be turned out for you to deposit.
Nanjing Museum has a large collection of bronze, jade, ceramics, gold and silver utensils from the Paleolithic era to the contemporary era, which witnesses the history of Chinese civilization. The main cultural relics in the museum are: jade inkstone with animal face, bronze sleeping deer, bronze bull lantern decorated with staggered silver, jade inkstone of Guangling, celadon God and beast worship, triple-coloured Double-fish bottle of Tang Dynasty, glazed arch of Dabao En Temple, seven virtuous bamboo groves and impression brick paintings of Rongqi Period.
The Nanjing Museum is the name card and treasure house of the ancient capital Nanjing. The magnificent architecture of the main courtyard resembles a royal palace, with two independent exhibition halls on each side. As for the exhibition halls in the museum, there are so many. It can be said that they can be found in the history of more than 5,000 years. Ancient cultural relics unearthed from ancient times to great works of art handed down from generation to generation can be seen in no more than a day. New Year's Day holiday coincides with a special exhibition "Entering the Heart-Raising Hall, the Qing Dynasty's home and world". More than 260 treasures in the Yangxin Palace of the Beijing Palace Museum were invited to the Nanjing Museum. Almost restored the original main hall between Ming Dynasty and Ming Dynasty, Xinuan Pavilion, Dongnuan Pavilion, Sanxi Hall and Buddhist Hall five scenes, so that visitors have a deep understanding of the mystery and style of Yangxin Hall.
Because of the plane in the afternoon, it took only three hours to walk roughly, focusing on visiting the special exhibition hall, mainly because he met an excellent volunteer tour guide, a big boy named Wu Jiehui. His pronunciation was clear, his speaking speed was moderate, his explanations were detailed, plain and easy to understand. Each exhibition hall only selected a few pieces of exhibits to explain, but also lasted for a little and a half. At that time, we all feel that we are still in the mood! Unfortunately, I didn't hear the first half hour's explanation! Entrance can be changed by second-generation ID card, with self-service ticket changer and manual ticket changer counter, and simple security check. Free guides are provided at 10:00 and 14:00 (see Figures 2 and 3 for details).
In the colorful autumn, Jinlinghang (22) Nanjing Museum, one of the three major museums in China, is rich in collections. From ancient times to present, both palace handed down and archaeological excavations are precious works of all dynasties. There are many treasures of town halls. It is worth seeing. When visiting the Museum of History, we are in time to catch up with the free manual explanation at 10 o'clock. Thank the lecturer for his lecture. For more than two hours, the digital museum - full of novelty, the Republic of China Pavilion - seems to be in the Republic of China, special exhibition halls, art galleries - is not to be missed.
There are only four treasures in the eighteen town halls in Nanbo. Others do not know whether they are missing or not, but they are worth visiting on the whole, especially the Republic Museum. This is the best museum that I have ever visited. It is many times better than the National Museum of Tianjin Museum. It combines exhibition, experience and Commerce perfectly. The scenery is very impressive. Chang Hao, I feel that I am one of the members who lived in the Republic of China. I heard that there are no cash registers and other modern goods in it. Even the payment of two-dimensional codes is also woodcut, which is very nostalgic.
There are many historical relics in Nanbo, which is a must for history enthusiasts. I don't belong to this category, but I enjoy the flavor of the Republic of China and those paintings, by the way, there are still food inside! Sitting down to watch the play and having a cup of tea are also good choices.
Nanjing Museum is the second largest museum in China. It has various kinds of exhibition halls. It recommends the history hall, the special exhibition hall, the Republic of China Pavilion and the Art Museum. Of course, it should be the Republic of China Pavilion with a large crowd of people. There is a place for eating and resting in the Republic Pavilion. It is suggested that a small partner who has been in the museum for a long time can bring a coat. The air-conditioning is really killing me. Tourists to Nanjing are very worthwhile places to visit, oh, recommend.