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Museum of Hanzhong
Hanzhong Top 2 in Local History

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337 Reviews
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Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: 26 East St, Hantai Qu, Hanzhong Shi, Shaanxi Sheng, China, 723000
Phone: 0916-2231536 0916-8152188

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Hanzhong Museum, located in Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province, Hantai District East Street, this is Liu Bang when Han Dynasty kings in Hanzhong Wangfu, so called ancient Hantai. The main attractions of the ancient Hantai include the Han Dynasty palace ruins, Wangjiang Building, Guiyin Hall, Jingwu Lake. There are two museums, each displaying the ancient plank road, Shimen 13 fine stone carvings.

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  • TrueKid
    TrueKid
    Dornbirn, Austria
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    Lovely museum filled with traditional art

    It's really nice that the city is maintaining old buildings like this and finding good uses for them. The refurbished architecture is superb as are many of the murals; they really bring history back t...

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  • 230jenss
    230jenss
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    Good museum

    The museum is nice and has good exhibitions. If you are interested in Chinese history then you should spend an hour here. Entrance is free. There are not so many things to see in Hanzhong, but it has ...

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  • 30carat
    30carat
    Brisbane, Australia
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    Worh a visit

    A quiet oasis in busy Hanzhong. It is better described as an ancient residence rather than a traditional museum. Entrance is free but you must present a passport. The gardens around the various buildi...

    Reviewed on /Date(1521250538000+0800)/
  • Orcinusmoon
    Orcinusmoon
    Guangzhou, China
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    Great Gardens, Great History

    The museum is free. It has enough English descriptions for you to understand and appreciate the artifacts and displays. It gives you a good history of the city. The gardens are peaceful even with the ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1507444132000+0800)/
  • baihe
    baihe
    north of toronto
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    wonderful beautiful gardens

    FREE admission, many saved steeles in museum, very nice grounds a short walk from our hotel in centre of town. nice shopping street beside it full of Chinese paintings and calligraphy.

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Introduction

Museum of Hanzhong, also known as the ancient Hantai, is in the downtown area of Hanzhong City and has three courtyards that ascend from south to north. The museum displays artworks under multiple themes, such as 13 stone carvings in Shimen Cave, the ancient plank road and ancient celebrities’ calligraphy and painting. The museum houses many cultural relics, and the appealing natural scenery and time-honored cultural landscape are impressive.
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