Hoji Folk Museum is a museum located in Koen Minami Road, the capital city. The exhibition area is 3161 square meters, and the collection of folk cultural relics is 1249.
They are all old objects, seen many times when they were young. It may be regional differences. Some things are still different. For example, there is still a big gap between red and white matters. The era of begging a wife with a few liters is gone.
It was rebuilt from the original Baoji Bronze Museum, and the site is in front of Baoji People’s Park. There are many types of folk crafts in Baoji, which are widely distributed and have a long history. They are called "true Chinese folk art" and "simple and mysterious folk art". The Folklore Museum reflects the local folk customs of Baoji by displaying woodblock New Year pictures, paper-cutting, embroidery, straw crafts, and shadow puppets and masks with strong local characteristics of Baoji.
It is worth a visit here, especially for the children who live in the city, to see the lifestyle of Baoji in the countryside, and the scenes. Life and production tools, such as weddings and funerals in Baoji in the countryside, spring harvest, Chinese New Year holidays, etc.
Free entry to visit. Just stop by in Baoji. This museum has no luggage storage. It can only be placed on the floor near the entrance for the staff next to it to take a look. When I visited, I was worried that my luggage would be stolen. The exhibition hall is vividly designed and rich in information. There are many statues, old objects, and scenes to introduce local folk culture, which is a lot of gain.