Many very interesting exhibits that provide a lot of Guangzhou's history. Located within a large park with beautiful scenery.
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This simple museum has some interesting artefacts however is pretty simple. I liked the museum because it gave me a better understanding of Guangzhou's relationship with the world and its distance from Beijing. It seems that Guangzhou’s lack of influence on central government is reciprocated...More
This museum is small and not a must see but the building is beautiful and it is nice if you are in Yuexiu Park and have some extra time. The exhibits are decent but it is nowhere near the quality or size of the Guangdong...More
Guanzhou Museum, formerly known as Zhenhai Tower, is located in the Yuexiu Park. I’d classify its collection as very good. Had I not visited museums in Beijing and Shanghai, I would have rated it as excellent. I essentially took photos of about 90 percent of...More
I was there for Business and everytime I m in town I never miss to visit the Guangzhou Museum as they have great display of different centuries. So detailed exhibition with fine contemporary art. If you follow my style then my free days are packed...More
Admission fee is low at CNY 10. Exhibition is interesting though not much. Worth going if walk pass. The building itself is very famous though.
Come out of exit B1 of YueXiu Park Metro Station and turn left and the main entrance to the park is about 100 metres. If you feel energetic walk up the hill or like us after a dim sum lunch at the Li Yuan Restaurant,...More
First of all Yuexiu park is huge. Don't make the mistake I made by entering without grabbing a map or at least taking a picture of the maps posted. After visiting the 5 Ram Statue and wondering around lost for a while I found the...More
Located within the compound of Yuexiu Park after the Five Goat Monument on the upper part of the hill. Very small museum but informative about the early Guangzhou history. Within less than 1 hour, the visit can be completed. Some of the display & stories...More