Sichuan University Museum has accumulated a very rich collection. There are more than 53,000 sets/84,000 pieces of cultural relics, including stone carvings, calligraphy and painting, ceramics, bronze ware, ancient coins, ancient seals, embroidery, lacquerware, rubbings and other dozens of categories, among which the collection of calligraphy and painting, ceramics, art sculpture, national cultural relics and folk cultural relics is the most distinctive, and is known as the domestic cultural and Museum circles. It's worth visiting.
The museum is free, but the number of visitors in the morning and afternoon is certain, and they will stop when they are finished. After entering Daqianguan, there are volunteer lecturers who speak very well without spending money. They systematically explain Master Zhang's life and works. Large-scale narrative paintings and Buddhist portraits are quite shocking. After reading the Daqian Museum, it is suggested to visit the Han Dynasty Ceramic Stone Art Museum, Arts and Crafts Museum and Bronze Museum. Note: The museum needs 3-4 hours
There are many precious cultural relics, such as stone carvings of figures, fine and vivid facial carvings. Another example is that the ivory fan is the treasure of the town hall. Every character's face on the fan is carved with ivory chips. In order to keep the face from being damaged, every face is not on the fold of the fan, which is exquisite in craftsmanship and perfect in preservation.
When I first saw ChuanDa, I deeply fell in love with its unique temperament. There was no such feeling in Wuhan Huake University. Several tricyclists at ChuanDakou Gate were soliciting tourists. When I entered the gate, I saw a luxuriant lotus pond with pink lotus blossoms in large lotus leaves, like shy mushrooms in my boudoiry. Walking on campus, ancient style buildings can be seen everywhere. It is indeed a very lucky thing to go to such a university.
Museums in Colleges and universities do the best. There are three floors in them. They mainly introduce some things of Sichuan and Tibetan nationalities. They are worth visiting. This place has a bright hot pot in Dongfang New Town. It's also a busy place. Nearby is a bar street.
As a school-run museum, the Museum of Sichuan University has a considerable number of exhibits. In particular, there are many national exhibits, as well as folk costumes, which really opened my eyes. Ceramics exhibition area also has some Yue kiln, Ge kiln and other famous kiln objects, which are quite precious. Because the organization went to see, so did not buy tickets, do not know the price. But I think it's worth visiting.
Sichuan University Museum is one of the earliest museums in Southwest China and one of the oldest museums in China. It has a history of more than 90 years. In 1914, the Museum of Antiquities of Xiehe University of West China (the predecessor of the Museum of Sichuan University today) began to be built. Professor D. S. Dye, an American scholar, served as the curator. By the 1940s, Huada Museum had developed into a large-scale, well-known Museum in China, enjoying the reputation of "the most perfect Museum in southwest China". After several generations of scholars'unremitting efforts, today's Sichuan University Museum, as one of the most important comprehensive museums in Institutions of higher learning in China, has made remarkable achievements in cultural relics collection protection, exhibition, academic research, foreign exchange and cooperation.