It is said that this is the largest museum in Chongqing. It was not planned to visit here. It was planned to visit the People's Auditorium in Chongqing. It was found that the Three Gorges Museum is opposite to the Auditorium. It's more convenient to come here. There's a direct subway. After getting off, you can go through an underground passage. The bus stop is a little farther. It takes more than 20 minutes to walk. This scenic spot is free, but when you come, you should pay attention to separating Monday. Most museums are closed on Monday. Museums are closed earlier. The last time allowed to enter is 4 o'clock. After that, the guards are not allowed to enter. The closing time is 5 o'clock. It is said on the Internet that on Monday, the closing time (except for statutory holidays) is less than 5,000 people a day. However, after 4 o'clock, it is accessible. It may also be the reason of the closing time within a week. There are not many visitors. Each issue of the museum will hold different theme exhibitions, recommending the movies in the museum, which is interesting and worth seeing.
The Three Gorges Museum has an atmospheric appearance and free visits. There are four floors in the museum. There are about ten large and small exhibition halls. It is suggested that the first floor of the Three Gorges History Exhibition Hall should be visited. It coincides with the students of Chongqing University doing public welfare explanations in the museum, which is helpful to understand the history of Chongqing. In fact, there are professional lecturers in the museum, but the fee is a little expensive. I think the museum should be equipped with free lecturers on time and on time, in order to be more helpful for tourists to visit. You can also rent an electronic commentator for 20 yuan to help you visit! On the other floor, the Ring Screen Cinema has 25 minutes of free movie viewing. It introduces the origin of Chongqing Three Gorges and the distribution of its surrounding scenery. It's worth seeing! It is suggested to visit for half a day and take your time.
Great place. The Three Gorges Museum and Chongqing Museum are in one building. The whole building looks like a pocket egg. It's super big and magnificent. Opposite the People's Square, the ancient buildings are in sharp contrast to the modern museum buildings. The Three Gorges Museum does not need tickets. It needs to go through security checks, which are relatively strict. And there is a special mailing room, especially intimate, the lobby is full of water dispensers and chairs for tourists to rest and drink water. Because the museum is too big, and anxious to catch a plane, did not finish shopping. Mainly selected the anti-Japanese road, the completion of the Three Gorges, Chongqing development hall, but very much increased knowledge, many in the Baigong residue cave to see the content, there is a more comprehensive and systematic description. It's worth seeing.
Museums are necessary everywhere. Museum bears the historical changes and innovative development of a city. Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum (Chongqing Museum), formerly known as the Southwest Museum, was established in March 1951. In June 1955, it was renamed Chongqing Museum. In September 2000, Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum (Chongqing Museum) was established. There are 10 basic exhibitions and special exhibitions, state-level museums and national (4A) scenic spots. Correspondingly, Chongqing People's Hall, one of the unique symbolic buildings in Chongqing, has adopted the architectural features of Ming and Qing dynasties. Its architectural momentum is magnificent and brilliant. It is a masterpiece of the ingenious combination of the traditional Chinese palace architectural style and the large-span structure of Western architecture. It can be visited together when time permits. Traffic Route: Zengjiayan Station, Line 2, and Niujiaotuo Station, Line 3, are all accessible. You can see the museum when you leave through a long air raid shelter. The Three Gorges Museum in Chongqing is open to the public free of tickets. It receives no more than 5,000 visitors per day, and more than 200 group visits must be booked 2 days in advance. Open to the public all year round except Monday. Open every day - "9 - "00 - "17 - "00. Stop entering one hour before closing. As the train left in the evening, it was only a rush to visit the three halls of "the magnificent Three Gorges", "Chongqing: the road to the city", "the coins of past dynasties". The Three Gorges of the Yangtze River is the landmark reach of the beautiful Yangtze River, the Three Gorges Water Conservancy Project, millions of immigrants, cultural relics rush to repair, through relief, physical objects, pictures one by one display; "City Road": from the opening of the port in the late Qing Dynasty to the establishment of the city on February 15, 1929, Chongqing's humanities, local conditions and customs, the development after liberation, reform and innovation, rapid development; "Coins of successive dynasties": a collection of coins, The historical evolution of coins. Free deposit in the exhibition area is very convenient. There are also fee explanations, volunteer voluntary explanations, voice guide rental, arts and crafts beverage shopping spots and other services.
Metro Line 2 goes directly across from the People's Hall. No tickets. It's basically no more than 5 o'clock. The Museum introduces the history of the Three Gorges from ancient times to present, and there is also a cinema hall which introduces the 6.5 event. Generally speaking, it has high playability and visibility. Some people keep taking pictures when they go in, and I find it a little wasteful to go to museums when they keep taking pictures. Friends who like history are worth visiting. Those who like to take pictures are better off going to other places and taking pictures is more beautiful.
The Three Gorges Museum is a comprehensive exhibition hall worth recommending. Just across from the memorial hall, less than 200 meters apart, the Three Gorges Museum is well worth visiting, whether it's a step or a deep tour. The Pavilion is very large. It is subdivided into several theme pavilions, ranging from understanding the ancient Three Gorges to modern culture, the terrain of the Three Gorges to people's life and entertainment. There are also 360 degree sky curtain documentary playback halls (tourists who are in a hurry of time are not advised to spend time waiting for the sky curtain theatre). The top two floors will also hold art exhibitions from time to time. And the museum is free! No matter men, women, young or old, there is no need to buy tickets.
Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum, also known as the Chongqing Museum, is the first batch of state-level museums, with the central and local governments jointly building state-level museums. Located in Yuzhong District of Chongqing City, opposite Chongqing People's Hall, its predecessor was the Southwest Museum established in March 1951. Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum covers an area of 30,000 square meters, with a building area of 45.98 million square meters and an exhibition hall area of 20,858 square meters. In July 2008, Chongqing China Three Gorges Museum Scenic Area was officially approved by the National Tourism Administration as a national AAAA-level scenic area. During this year's "National Day" period, the Chongqing Three Gorges Museum of China held a special exhibition of bronze ware named "Grand Banquet" in four provinces (regions) of Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan and southwestern Guangxi, where rare cultural relics and treasures can be seen. For example, the bronze birds unearthed from Sanxingdui Site in Sichuan and the bronze heads with gold masks; the golden foil of the sun god birds unearthed from Jinsha Site in Chengdu. Illustration - "Picture 3, Picture 4 - Wuyangque is the treasure of the museum's town hall. This pair of Hanqu came from General Village, Zhongxian County, Chongqing, about two thousand years ago. According to archaeologists, cultural relics such as Hanque are the only buildings we can see on the ground since the Qin and Han Dynasties.
To Chongqing, first visit Jiefangbei, then Hongya Cave. As a matter of fact, the night scenery of Hongya Cave is well-known. Many houses are scattered along the hills, much like the bathhouse of Qianhe Qianqianli. In fact, the wisdom of the old ancestors is great. It is admirable that such magnificent and creative buildings have been designed. Turn on the lights at night is a mess! The functions of each floor are different. There are hotels, snacks, hot pots and local specialties. You have everything you want. The night view of Jialing River in Hongya Cave is beautiful. You must not miss the opportunity to go to Chongqing!
On my previous trip, I met a mushroom wall crack on my way and recommended it to me. So I took my luggage to the Three Gorges Museum on the morning of leaving Chongqing. It's good that the museum can deposit luggage, but I'm so upset that I can't find the gentle slope and climb the stairs directly with my suitcase. The first floor of the Pavilion shows the history of the Three Gorges, its formation and evolution, human activities, myths, historical stories, the process of immigration and relocation, and the protection of the cultural relics of the Three Gorges. The exhibition hall on the second floor introduced the historical development of Chongqing in detail. Especially the small cities with a population of about 250,000 and a mountain city of only 5 square kilometers a hundred years ago had to marvel at the speed and scale of its development, and outsiders expressed envy and jealousy.
Chongqing Three Gorges Museum is open free of charge. It has access to direct security inspection. There is a free depository on the left side of the gate. It is opposite to the People's Auditorium. There are many bus stops around it. It opens every Tuesday to Sunday and closes on Monday. The museum is divided into four floors, ancient and modern, and the first floor also broadcasts the ball-screen movies about the Three Gorges in different time periods. It is worth visiting and studying. What is more distinctive is that the Three Gorges Museum cooperates with a museum in Taiwan to exhibit calligraphy, painting and ink, both of which are masterpieces. Moreover, the connotation of calligraphy and painting in TV lectures is broadcasted, and the author is greatly enlightened.