The Mianyang Museum has many exhibits with its own characteristics, such as the Eastern Han Dynasty cash cow, the Western Han Dynasty lacquered wooden horse, rap figurines, and human meridian lacquer sculpture models. You can understand the history and culture of Mianzhou... Located at the foot of the Fule Mountain, the museum is generally atmospheric, with few people, and free ones. Commentary, the history museum on the first floor learns about the history and humanities of Mianyang. There is the treasure of the town hall, Xiaoqiren, and the second floor is divided into themed pavilions, showing the money tree peaks. Finally, I watched the intangible cultural heritage. Generally speaking, it is good in the prefecture-level city museum. .
Mianyang Museum is located at the foot of Fule Mountain and is newly built. A place worth visiting. There are many exhibits with their own characteristics in the pavilion, such as cash cows, wooden lacquered horse arrays-comparable to the Qin terracotta warriors and horses, and festive and entertaining terracotta warriors. The museum can appreciate the characteristics of Mianyang for free.
The most distinctive feature of Mianyang City Museum is his cash cow. A total of 19 cash cows with specific locations have been unearthed across the country, and Mianyang City accounts for five. And it's very tall. The preservation is also very good. Many other cash cows were also unearthed around Mianyang.
It's nice to walk around at leisure, the layout is beautiful, you can cultivate the sentiment!
When I visit the museum, I like to take a few more glances at the treasure of the town hall. According to the security guard in the museum, there are more than 28,000 pieces of cultural relics in the museum, and there are more than five or six treasures of the town hall of national treasure-class cultural relics. In particular, there is one of the most complete Eastern Han Dynasty cash cows in China, which is forever prohibited from being exhibited abroad. of. Others include the bronze horses of the Han Dynasty, the lacquered wooden horses of the Western Han Dynasty (known as the Mianyang Terracotta Warriors), the Junque of the Pingyang Palace in the Han Dynasty, the rap figurines of the Eastern Han Dynasty, and the lacquered models of human meridians. )