Well worth going, the scenery is good, there are many attractions around, there is a lot of history, there are Kaiyuan Temple Tower, Gongyuan Temple, Confucian Temple, etc., the scenery is beautiful, there is a street nearby, there are many snacks, there is Song Street next to the museum.
As a city museum, this is a very good museum. The exterior is atmospheric and blends with the surrounding scenery. The interior is also designed not only beautiful but reasonable. As there are the tombs of the king of Zhongshan and the two towers of the palace unearthed cultural relics, the high standard of the relics is unexpected, so only saw less than two hours, worth seeing.
Just pay attention to the opening and closing time. The place is quite big, there are many cultural relics, and there are many exhibits with local characteristics. The museum is well built, the environment is first-rate, and the management is good. You can learn about the culture of Dingzhou here.
Located on the south side of Zhongshan East Road, Dingzhou City, Baoding City, Hebei Province, adjacent to the four major cultural relics protection units of kaigen Ji pagoda, koin, Confucian Temple and Xiangyang first residence. The Dingzhou Museum was built in November 1959, and the new museum opened on August 28, 2018. It covers an area of 3.67 million square meters and a total building area of 2.56 million square meters.
The museum is divided into exhibition halls of Hanjialing Que, Buddha of the Northern Dynasty, Taibai under Heaven, Thousand Years Outside the Dust, and Starry Sky of Hometown. 1. The tomb of the Han family takes the Zhongshan National Han Tomb as the theme, introduces the history and life culture of the characters at that time, and exhibits a large number of cultural relics of the Han period. 2. The Buddha of the Northern Dynasties, Dingzhou produced marble and had a long tradition of Buddha carving, so it became the center of Buddhist statues in northern China. Taking the Buddha statues from the Northern Wei Dynasty to the Northern Qi Dynasty, it describes the artistic development of the entire Buddha statue, supplemented by the Buddhist culture and the thirty-two aspects of the Buddha, which fully describes the development of the Buddha sculpture art in Dingzhou. 3. Taibai under Heaven, with Ding Kiln as the theme, it presents Ding Kiln's historical prosperity and high art of art. Ding Kiln reached its peak in the Northern Song Dynasty, but unfortunately declined during the Jin and Yuan Dynasties. 4. Thousands of years outside the dust, this exhibition hall displays the cultural relics of Jingzhi Temple and Jingzhongyuan Tower Base Palace as a whole, including Buddha bone relics, Song Dynasty murals and the best porcelain. The two tower base palaces are now closed. Here you can learn about the causes, related characters, historical records and treasures of the two tower bases. 5. Hometown Starry Sky, exhibits moving stories of 42 famous figures in various fields in Dingzhou's history. It is ready to come out. Dingzhou Museum is close to Kaiyuan Temple Tower, Gongyuan, Confucian Temple, and Yan Yangchu's former residence. It is very easy to find. Trial operation took place on September 13, 2017, and it stopped for nearly a year. It was officially opened to the public on August 28, 2018, and the name was officially changed from Zhongshan Museum to Dingzhou Museum. You can get the ticket with your ID card,