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Huangshan Qiankou Residence Museum

Qiankou Town, Huizhou District, Huangshan 245900, China
+86 559 353 5501
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Only if you're in the area

I'm glad we didn't hunt this place down and take time looking for it. Since it was on our way, we... read more

Reviewed 1 May 2017
Daniel A
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Beijing, China
Its not a living museum like others

This place is a show piece of Ching and Ming dynasty architecture. Nice to walk around and see old... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Maria H
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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  • Excellent11%
  • Very good49%
  • Average35%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible0%
30 Apr 2017
“Only if you're in the area”
22 Sep 2016
“Its not a living museum like others”
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Qiankou Town, Huizhou District, Huangshan 245900, China
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+86 559 353 5501
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

I'm glad we didn't hunt this place down and take time looking for it. Since it was on our way, we thought we should stop and take a look. Were we glad we didn't go off our trail because it's an ok olace but not...More

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 22 September 2016

This place is a show piece of Ching and Ming dynasty architecture. Nice to walk around and see old relics and houses.

Thank Maria H
Reviewed 17 November 2015

For us, it was a convenient along-the-way stop for our full-day outing to explore the villages (Tangyue, Hongcun, Chengkang) in this general area. We enjoyed it. About a dozen Qing buidings were open and there is no ticket charge. Surprisingly, there was also no crowd....More

Thank LAUCHEEHONG
Reviewed 4 June 2013

Qiankou is in a valley with several MIng style buildings up one hill and the Ching style buildings up the opposite hill. They were all relocated from different villages in the area, put on the hills in no special order. There were no explanations and...More

Thank CASmile
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