Closed Open from 01/01-06/30,Tue-Sun,9:00am-6:00pm;Closed from 01/01-06/30,Mon;Open from 9:00am-6:00pm during Chinese public holidays;Open from 07/01-08/31,9:00am-6:00pm;Open from 09/01-12/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-6:00pm;Closed from 09/01-12/31,Mon
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: Chengdu Jinsha Site Museum, No. 2 Jinsha Site Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu
Pompeii is an ancient city in the Campania region in the southwest corner of the Apennine peninsula. It was destroyed by volcanic eruptions, but it was also preserved because it was submerged by volcanic ash.
If you don't have time to travel to Pompeii in Italy, you can come here and visit the story buried in volcanic ash. There are a lot of Pompeii boutiques on display, and there are a lot of foods that still retain the look of the time, very good!
Due to the tradition of sun worship in the ancient Shu Kingdom, the Sands Museum was the first in China to raise the cultural banner of the Sun Festival and launched the Golden Sands Sun Festival.
Due to the success of the festival, the museum will consider making the Sands Sun Festival a sub-brand of the Golden Sands culture, and even considering going abroad and the foreign Sun Festival, it is very exciting! During the
Sun Festival, you can not only see the colorful lanterns, but also a variety of snacks!
The Jinsha site in Chengdu will carry out a special exhibition every year. This year is the Pompeii exhibition, the city that was flooded by volcanic eruptions.
This year, Pompeii exhibits a lot of precious cultural relics, including the artist's stone carvings, walnuts found underground, and some original photos.
European creation of art is really at its peak. Everyone can see the photos.
The collections in the Jinsha site are very rich, and here you can learn about the origin of the Cuban culture.
This relic site is only part of the Jinsha site, but it is also the most important part. Many precious cultural relics are unearthed here, including many ivory, animal bones, ancient wood, ritual sites, various gold and bronze wares. Pottery, the sun god bird is also unearthed in this site. The
exhibition hall is very large. There are two exhibition halls in two floors. It has been told from ancient times. The slow process is a detailed interpretation of the Jinsha site. The second part of the silhouette of Wang Du, through the cultural relics to show the life scene of ancient Shu Kingdom, stoneware pottery, living environment, tomb form. The third part, the endless world, is a large exhibition hall in the exhibition hall, which also contains the vast majority of cultural relics of the entire Jinsha site museum. The fourth exhibition hall, a thousand years of treasure, here is the most beautiful place of the entire museum, that is, the treasure of the town hall, the sun god bird. The fifth exhibition hall didn't mean anything. I turned around in two minutes.
is the last special exhibition is the most exciting part, the golden memory - China's 14th century unearthed gold special exhibition, which showcases hundreds of gold collections from 40 domestic cultural museums. The exhibition hall is the most enjoyable place to see.
Sun God bird, in fact, is a round gold sheet, only two millimeters thick, weighing 20 grams, but very beautiful, the pattern is divided into two layers inside and outside, the inner layer is equidistantly distributed with twelve rotating teeth Light; the outer layer consists of four identical birds flying counterclockwise, an unconventional symmetrical pattern of the Holy Spirit.
The Jinsha site contains the remains of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Jinsha Site Museum is built on the Jinsha site and consists of buildings such as the Heritage Museum, the Exhibition Hall and the Jinsha Theater. The discovery of the Jinsha site has wound back the urban history of Chengdu to 3,000 years ago. Among the many exhibits in the museum, the most famous is the "Golden Sun Bird Gold Foil". The gold foil is round and comprises the inner ring of the sun and the outer ring of a divine bird. It expresses the superior standards of the gold craftsmanship of the ancient kingdom of Shu. The relics hall of the museum is the excavation place of the Jinsha relics commemorative site, where visitors can watch the archaeological excavation happening at close range.