The exact location is on the left side of the entrance of Xidi Second Avenue of the Cultural Park. You can visit it free of charge with your ID card. If you have an inside parking lot, you'd better take the subway. There are lecturers in the library. The first floor is the trade introduction of thirteen lines. The second floor is the donation of Wang Yuan and his wife, and the boutique of Guangcai. It's educational.
Visiting the 13th row Museum in Guangzhou, we admire Wang Heng and the donation of the donation of the couple Feng Jie, which has opened our eyes. There are Wuchang acid stick furniture, ceramics, small handicraft and other items that have not been circulated in the domestic market.
Location in the cultural park, remember to bring valid documents such as ID card/senior citizen card/student card. After a strict security check, my mother's bag has a small scissors which can be checked out and stored at the security checkpoint. When they come out, they can take them back. When men pass, they also ask if there is a lighter with them. The lighter should also be deposited in the museum with exquisite exhibits. There are also virtual tea shops of that year. Silk and satin stores, porcelain stores, and rooms with crooked nuts in those days are very educational.
The museum is equipped with "Thirteen Lines History Exhibition of Guangzhou in Qing Dynasty", "Thirteen Lines Period Cultural Relics Exhibition", "Special Room Exhibition of Cultural Relics". Unlike other museums, all the cultural relics collected in the Thirteen Lines Museum are donated free of charge by the public. Two centuries ago, Chinese tea and porcelain traveled around the world through thirteen years. Nowadays, when we enter the thirteen-line museum, the dusty memories are opened. Rich literature and cultural relics tell the world about the prosperity of a port of Commerce in the Qing Dynasty. If you are interested, you can collect tickets free of charge at the Museum Ticketing Center (the main entrance of the Cultural Park) with valid certificates. You can experience different "thirteen lines" cultural journeys when you enter the museum.
The surrounding environment is very messy, there is nothing good to recommend.
Perhaps only people of literature and history are interested in it.
Well, how to say, a smaller number of scenic spots, the local history is long.
It's closed. Nothing. Run for nothing in hot weather.