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This museum was basically a house at one time. General Stilwell was commander of US Forces in China during WW II. It was kind of interesting but our visit was spoiled by the heat. This building has no air conditioning and all the windows were...More
I stopped here on my way to a Yangtze River cruise during a recent visit to the area. The museum is small and sparsely appointed with a lot of photos. The history around Stillwell's time in China is very interesting and you can learn about...More
The Stilwell museum, which was the former home General Joseph Stilwell who was the commander of the US forces in China. His home had memorabilia from his service in China, that included furniture, maps, many photos and historical information. It wasn’t very large or extensive,...More
I went with a bunch of American history teachers, none of us were too impressed, although the Chinese perspective on WWII ("Anti-Fascist War") was interesting.
The old residence didn't have air conditioning, so it was too stuffy for us to enjoy.
The exhibit on the...More
This is a fabulous place. I had no idea of Chongqing’s place in WW2 history until I went to the Three Gorges Museum Problem is 3 Gorges Anti-Japan exhibit is in Chinese. Not so at the Stilwell Museum. Extensive photos and historical information. Loved the...More
This museum documents an important period of China’s history with Chongqing as the wartime capital and headquarters of the Nationalists. General Stilwell played a pivitol role on behalf of the USA government keeping both the Nationalists and Communists supplied to fight the Japanese. Chongqing was...More
If you are a war history buff this is okay. Basically its an old residence with some nice furniture and a lot of historical photographs on the walls of all the people he met. We didnt find it particularly interesting as it really was not...More
Go if you are a history buff or like me read Stilwell's biography. Everything has been clean and re-furbished. However, there is no mention if all the furniture is original or not. The historical photo's are fantastic though and so are the photos of visiting...More