Traffic is very convenient. If you go out of Exit B by Metro Line 1, you will find the Cultural Heritage Garden. To the right, you will find the Museum of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. It's a pity that some of the cultural relics in the museum have been exhibited, but there are still many worth seeing. If you have more time and leisure, you can also read the books about cultural relics in the creative area. There are many handicraft works on the first floor. The most popular ones are those embroidery works. Free, no money student party need not worry at all.
A museum that can show the history of Guangxi and its ethnic characteristics. Architecture is a little older, but here we can learn about porcelain, pottery, bronze and other knowledge, but also learn about the history and nationality of Guangxi, the real-life architecture in the National Park is more vivid.
1. Although it is a national first-class museum, it is really a bit old and needs to be redecorated; 2. There are only two permanent exhibition halls, one is porcelain and the other is history; 3. The exhibits in the China Museum are not top-class, but they are carefully designed and specially designed to teach you how to distinguish blue and white porcelain of different periods.
Museums are easy to find and near the National Square. Today we went to open two main venues. It mainly introduces the development history of Baiyue culture in Guangxi. There are picturesque pottery, the development of China's ceramics as the dynasty's time line made a highly generalized duplicate plate, very suitable for those who like to watch and collect porcelain to visit.
The Museum of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is very close to Nanning Science and Technology Museum and National Square. There are some sights in the National Cultural Garden, such as Zhuang Drum, Dong Wind and Rain Bridge, Miao Lushengzhu, Zhennanguan Cannon and Zhuang Ganlan (Wooden Building), which are worth visiting.
The Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Museum is not very large and relatively old in museums of various provinces and cities in China. It is estimated that it was built in the sixties and seventies. Although it is not large and the exhibits are relatively not very rich, it basically reflects the cultural and historical exhibitions of the Zhuang and ethnic groups in Guangxi. Some exhibits are unique to the ethnic minorities in Guangxi, but the back garden of the exhibition hall still has bright spots. For example, hanging-feet buildings, Dong villages, wind and rain bridges and so on are still worth seeing.
Take the subway to Exit B of National Square, which is the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Museum. The exhibition is divided into indoor and outdoor parts. The outdoor part is called "National Heritage Garden", which is the key part of the museum. In the interior, there are Guangxi Porcelain Exhibition and Zhuang Jin Tailuge History and Culture Exhibition.
The library area is very close to the city centre and the traffic is very convenient. It's great to have a casual look inside. There are no tickets. There is also a library inside. This time I happened to meet the embroidery exhibition in the exhibition hall. It was very beautiful, just like the painting. There are also zoujiang Huashan rock paintings reduced proportion model, looks very image.
It's a good place to see the history of Guangxi. No tickets.