After visiting Baoguo Temple in Mount Emei, there is a large square in front of you. Passing through the square is the Emeishan Museum. It is a small museum and is biased towards the introduction of the geographical and topography of Mount Emei. Personally, I don’t seem to be interested in it. The scenery photography photos in the museum are more interesting. You can see the photos of the Buddha light and the holy lamp here, which is a feast for your eyes.
This is the best venue to learn about the history and cultural development of Mount Emei. It is worth visiting here!
It’s very close to Baoguo Temple and it’s free. Of course, it’s a must for museum fans. It’s hot and sunny outside, but the inside of the museum is also very shady. However, during the May 1st holiday, there was a power outage during the visit, so the staff closed the museum. It introduces the formation and biology of Mount Emei, as well as the cultural relics that have been unearthed or unearthed around Mount Emei in the past. It is worth visiting. If you read the text carefully, two hours is necessary.
It is located behind the tourist service center of Emei Mountain Scenic Area, and you can reach it by walking in from the tourist service center. The area of the entire museum is not too large, mainly to introduce the geological and landform features of Mount Emei, and to show some landscape photos taken. Not too many tourists visited.
There are many historical sites in the Emeishan Museum... Travelers who like historical sites take the time to visit and learn! Emeishan delicacy tempts you, the world's first golden Buddha, come on!
Mount Emei Museum, located on the bank of Phoenix Lake in Baoguo Temple, Emeishan Scenic Area, is the first modern topographical museum in China that integrates geology, flora and fauna, history, religion, and folk customs. In front of it there is a national first-class tourist center, and in the back there is the Shengji Night Bell, one of the ten scenic spots of Mount Emei. The museum has an exhibition area of 5,200 square meters and is composed of a tourist consultation service center, a geology hall, an animal and plant hall, an ancient Shu Emei culture hall, a Buddhist culture hall, a Taoist culture hall, a painting and calligraphy hall, and a film and television hall.
Preston_Dominguez: Emeishan Scenic Area, Emeishan City, Leshan City (next to Baoguo Temple)
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Baoguo Temple,Fuhu Temple,Leiyin Temple,Yingbin Square,Emeishan Museum