Changzhou Museum is a local comprehensive museum integrating collection, research, display and exhibition. It has offices, archaeology department, storage department, exhibition department, opening department, nature department, information department, and security department. There are more than 20,000 cultural relics in the collection, including jadeware from the Liangzhu culture period, primitive celadonware from the Spring and Autumn Period and Warring States period, lacquerware and porcelain from the Song and Yuan Dynasties, and paintings and calligraphy from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, all of which are exquisite and extremely precious.
Whenever I go to a city, I will take time to visit its museum. The Changzhou Museum has a magnificent, watery appearance. There is an introduction to the history of the city and an introduction to the development of the city. However, there are not too many ways of introduction. Except for some cultural relics, most of them are displayed through pictures. There is a natural museum for children and children that attracts many parents and children.
The Changzhou Museum has a black-glazed, paper-cut and phoenix-patterned bowl of Jizhou kiln in the Song Dynasty, which was unearthed at the Qinglonggang construction site in Changzhou, Jiangsu in 1982. The bowl is 6.1 cm high, 15.2 cm in diameter, and 4.6 cm in bottom diameter. Slightly constricted mouth, oblique abdominal wall, small circle feet. The whole body is black glaze, and the outer wall is not as good as the bottom. The decoration technique is novel. The bowl is decorated with three equally spaced paper-cut decals and phoenix patterns on the glazed surface. Luan phoenix pattern is a popular theme in paper-cut patterns. People regard the phoenix as a divine bird, which means light and hope. The exterior of this bowl is also decorated with tortoiseshell glaze markings. Both "paper-cut decals" and "tortoiseshell spots" are the characteristic craftsmanship of Jizhou kiln. This bowl combines the two in one, smart and graceful, elegant and popular.
There is a children's hall, a good place to take your baby on weekends. In addition, other Changzhou humanities are quite deep.
Closed on Monday, usually free of charge, there are often Zhencui cultural relics on display