The Revolution Museum of 1911 is separated from the Wuchang Revolution Memorial Hall (Red Mansion). Both of them are the main red buildings with different styles, but they are all historical scenic spots of 1911 centered on Wuchang. The Revolutionary Museum of 1911 needs to change tickets to enter the museum. During the Eleventh period, there were still many people. It took about ten minutes to exchange tickets with ID card, but the admission tickets were withdrawn. The whole museum enters from the underground floor and then browses up layer by layer. The whole museum mainly shows the social contradictions and situation of China before and after the 1911 Revolution, the social situation before and after the 1911 Revolution and the fate of various characters, the development of the Wuchang Uprising, the Yangxia Defense War, and the future development context. In addition to the traditional illustrations, the museum also uses a large number of character models to restore scenes, and also uses lighting technology to strengthen the on-site restoration of an entire street in Old Wuchang. Let people feel like they are back in those days. The Revolution Museum of 1911 is the largest museum of propaganda and education about the Revolution of 1911 in China. Whether it is for tourism or learning, it should not be missed, especially for those who are interested in that period of history.
Big dreams awaken the dawn, smoke flickers over the old mountains and rivers. Wuchang stands out as the city's leader, and the stone of Yuehai remains is inscribed on it. The alliance had promised to respect civil rights. It has been a hundred years since I returned home. Parents rarely enjoy visiting the 1911 Revolution Museum in Wuhan. They visited the Hubei Museum and the East Lake Meiyuan Garden in one day. They also visited this place without stopping. It is very close to the hotel where their parents live. The Revolution Museum of 1911 is a special museum built by the Wuhan Municipal Government of Hubei Province to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911 in Wuchang. It is located on the south side of the Shouyi Square in Wuchang District of Wuhan City. It is located on Peng Liu Yang Road in the north, Zhang Zhidong Road in the south, Chushan Street in the east, and Sports Street in the west. The bronze statue and Huang Xingbai equate the monument of the platform and the memorial hall of the martyrs'temple with an axis. The 1911 Revolution pushed the monarchy thoroughly, bringing new hope to China, which is worth recommending here.
Opposite the Yellow Crane Tower, it's spectacular! Because of the super feeling of snowfall, looking at the Yellow Crane Tower in the snow, tickets are free of charge and you need to brush your ID card to enter. There's also a Shouyi Square behind it. It's closed on Monday! _________ It's worth recommending a museum. I think it's more outstanding than many red museums. The vividness of the museum is no less than that of wax museum. After entering, there will be a strong depressive mood change and a moment of bloody history.
The Revolution Museum of 1911 is located at the horse parade in Wuchang District, Wuhan City. It has the same axis as the old site of Wuchang Rebellion Army Government (Red Mansion), the bronze statue of Sun Yat-sen, the memorial of Huang Xingbai Jungtai and the memorial hall of martyrs temple. The Foundation of Republicanism - Historical Display of the Revolution of 1911 is the basic display of the Revolution Museum of 1911. It's very close to Huanghe Tower and Hubei Theatre. It's better to ask the commentator to tell us about the history of Hubei in the late Qing Dynasty and the history of the 1911 Revolution. It's very convenient to take the bus and the subway. It's worth it!
This memorial hall is very good, the building is unique and conspicuous, the internal exhibition hall is also very good, that is, the exhibition content looks heavy, especially the introduction before the evening sunshine and the uprising, is really the vicissitudes of the country. After exchanging tickets with ID cards, the visitor enters the exhibition hall from the first floor to the third floor and then to the first floor. The route is well planned.
The special and comprehensive introduction of the collection and commemoration of the 1911 Museum is also very clear, which can make us have a better understanding of the collection and history, and even the restoration of the real revolutionary scenes especially worthwhile.
All the scenic spots in Wuhan left a very good impression on me. Not only did they take good pictures, but they also went to the right season. In December of winter, they went to the streets full of red maple leaves and entered a red ocean. Not only did I take pictures in scenic spots such as Xinhua Lin, Hubu Lane, Huanghe Tower and Donghu Lake, but I also received cultural edification here at the Revolutionary History Museum of 1911, reviewing the revolutionary history and learning red education.
With ID card, you can enter free of charge. Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 every Tuesday to Sunday. It closes on Monday. There are all kinds of food, drink and play around. There are all kinds of themes in the Red Mansion, so you can enjoy them by yourself. The governor's Office of the Hubei Army is historic and can't wear sandals or slippers, but it's also the least kind of respect. It's quite good!