An excellent museum. We spent the same amount of time here as we did inside the Mogao Caves. It's a good idea to take a little break after the visiting Grottoes. An interesting video area at the very ...
Museum highlighted Gansu Province and Dunhuang history from neolithic times of 3500 BC to the Ming and Tang dynasties. Displays well laid out and well worth a couple hours visit with lots of artifact ...
We visited this museum on our last day in Dunhuang. The museum is free and opens at 9am. We arrived at 8:30 and expected a queue, but there were very few persons waiting. The ticket office opens a fe...
Free. Opening hours in summer are 9 to 6:30pm. In winter it's 9 to 6. Last entry is 1 hour before closing. See attached photo. Takes 1 to 2 hours to visit. Singular postcards of dunhuang attractions...
As a major center along the #silkroad, #dunhuangmuseum exhibits over 4,000 Chinese and Tibetian including written sutras from No. 17 cave of the Mogao caves in Dunhuang are a real evidence of Buddhist activates and relics excavated from the graves of Han Dynasty, The Three Kingdoms Period, Jin Dynasty, Sui Dynasty and Tang Dynasty.
The best place to learn about a city is the museum - the Dunhuang Museum
Dunhuang Museum has a very special appearance, the khaki-based building, looks like the walls of the Great Wall and the beacon tower. Entering the interior of the museum seems to be a group of grottoes. The walls and corridors inside are all in the form of ancient cave corridors. The exhibits displayed in the museum are still not so rich compared to the Gansu Provincial Museum. Since they can't do the breadth, they have to be deep, so they mainly focus on the Silk Road and the Mogao Grottoes.
Visit the Dunhuang Museum, don't miss the treasures of several town halls: Han Jian, Wei Jin Tong Gui, Bei Liang Shi Ta, Tang Dynasty Go, Five-generation Dragon Brick, Phoenix Brick. Even the replicas of cultural relics and restoration models of the sites are very precious: 45 kiln in Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang tombs in the Tang Dynasty, and embroidered in the Jingjing Caves. These replicas and models are rare, because you cant take them. .
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Everywhere in the city, the local museum is the place I must go. This is especially true in Dunhuang. If there is still a place in China that can preserve the civilization that has never been interrupted, and where can we integrate the travellers who are going east and west, where can we leave such a splendid civilization, where can the people in the past leave in the heart? Unforgettable affection, that is Dunhuang!
So, if you want to better understand Dunhuang, better travel to Dunhuang. Be sure to go to the Dunhuang Museum first.
The museum is divided into three parts of the theme exhibition. The first part mainly displays the documents of the Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes in the caves. The second part focuses on the excavations of stone tombs, stone towers and pottery boxes. Tao Ding, Zhen Tomb Beast, Lotus Brick, Kirin Brick and other cultural relics. The third part of the exhibition area mainly focuses on the theme of the Silk Road, exhibiting silk brocade, enamel, yarn, Luo and other physical tools and weapons.
The Dunhuang Museum is located in the south of Dunhuang City. It is a museum that displays the historical relics of Dunhuang in the Silk Road and the precious cultural relics in Mogao Grottoes. The museum has a very special appearance and looks like the walls of the Great Wall of the Han Dynasty and the beacon tower. Entering the interior of the museum seems to be a group of grottoes. The walls and corridors inside are all in the form of ancient cave corridors. The museum has multiple exhibition halls, but the main exhibition is the theme exhibition of the Dunhuang Museum - "The City of Huaying Intersection".