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All reviews exhibition hall elephant tusks gold mask archaeological dig ancient culture surrounding park deer park second building dig area gold objects bronze age english explanations exit c on display historical sites an interesting place to visit we spent hours
We were in Chengdu for the Spring Festival and were invited to the Jinsha Site Museum for a TV production event. Candidly, I didn’t even know where we were going, but I was pleasantly surprised.
As you enter the museum, you see a large archeological...More
My gf and I are both fans of Chinese ancient history, and this came up on our radar a while ago when researching things to visit on a weekend in China.
We found 2 sites where ancient relics, tombs etc had been discovered and converted...More
In Chengdu, there are several must see's and do's: it is a city famous for it's many tea houses. They have an interesting panda reserve and then there is the Jinsha archeological site which features beautiful artefacts that are thousands years old and testify of...More
To visit Jinsha Site Museum is one of the main reasons for my visit to Chengdu. It's a really fascinating museum with a lot of interesting things unearthed from the site. We spent 3 hours here and the presentation is good, we thoroughly enjoyed the...More
The museum is only 100m meters away from a subway station so getting there shouldn' t be a problem. The entrance is 70RMB. All sites are within 100 meters of each other and the surrounding park is quite beautiful, so the stroll is quite enjoyable....More
This is in the city area so metro station (the same name as the museum) is about 100m or less from the exit. The south gate is probably the most convenient gate. First building covers the excavation site, and subsequent walking distances to other buildings...More
From the landscaping of its entrance and the layout of the museum itself, it was a delightful experience. The size of the museum was not overwhelming and it kept you interested in the manner the exhibits were presented. The architecture is unique and symbolic and...More
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We managed to get an English speaking guide (she was excellent - a teacher doing this purely out of interest in her spare time). But it was sheer luck and timing. She happened to be there.best to book in advance. There is... More
We managed to get an English speaking guide (she was excellent - a teacher doing this purely out of interest in her spare time). But it was sheer luck and timing. She happened to be there.best to book in advance. There is no charge and she refused to accept a tip.