Located at the south entrance of Nanjie, Baichuantong in Pingyao is one of the top ten ticket numbers in China. It occupies a very important position in the history of ticket number development in China. It is the most well-preserved and highest store in shops and residential buildings of Nanjie and one of the earliest developed scenic spots in the ancient city.
The old site of Baichuan TongTiao is now opened into the Shanxi Merchant Hai Museum, which is located at No. 109 South Street of Gucheng. Baichuan TongTiao was founded in 1860 in Xianfeng, Qing Dynasty. Caidong is the master of Qixian Qujia Courtyard. Qujia began to do business in Baotou and Inner Mongolia for 14 generations. Qujia has accumulated abundant wealth in nearly a century's commercial operation. The museum is a three-way courtyard with more than 70 houses. In the museum, tens of thousands of valuable household haiku collections of Ming and Qing dynasties are on display, all of which are of great value. Visiting here can broaden your horizons.
Baichuantong used to be one of the top ten votes in China. Qidong was the owner of Qujia Courtyard in Qixian County. It mainly operated silk and satin banks, money banks and tea shops. It accumulated abundant capital in half a century's commerce and was known as one of the eight richest Shanxi businessmen. Baichuantong is the hope that "Baichuantong sea, billowing financial resources, water to the canal, continuous stream" means that at that time Baichuantong and officials rich businessmen linked to ensure that the exchange of silver is mainly official and silver. The old site has now been designated as the Museum of the Owners and Private Sectors of the Three Jin Dynasty; there are many household hairpins on display, which can see the living environment of the former rich Shanxi businessmen.
Baichuantong, located in Nanjie Street, was also a famous ticket number. Now it has been transformed into a furniture museum, which contains a large number of furniture used by Pingyao and Shanxi Shanxi Shanxi businessmen for display. It feels very lifelike. On the contrary, it is one of the more earthy scenic spots in Pingyao ancient city.
Baichuan Tong Ticket is a tourist spot on the South Street of Pingyao Ancient City. It is not only to see the operation of ticket numbers before, but also because there are too many household hairpins to show the living environment of the former rich Shanxi businessmen.
The museum is situated in the west facing the east, and the building is well protected. It is divided into three courtyards, which rise in turn from outside to inside, implying the auspicious meaning of "climbing step by step". The north-south pavement of the former cabinet is now a folk craft exhibition hall and tourist souvenirs, and a designated sales office of publicity products. Through the lobby, the South ear room of the courtyard is displayed for housing supplies. Opposite is the big smoke room which received important guests at that time. In the original account room of the South chamber of the courtyard, there is a full model of Baichuantong, while the North chamber is the silver cellar at that time.
Turning along Yamen Street to Nanjie Street, we first saw the old site of Baichuan TongTiao, which is now the Shanxi merchants'Lei Museum. The whole old site is three-way courtyard, the building is well preserved. This exhibition features ancient furniture and production techniques, many of which have been lost, as well as hidden underground treasury. The brick carvings inside the old site are very beautiful and have auspicious implications.
The honest and kind people in Pingyao ancient city, the simple and unadorned streets.
The scenic spots here are all worth visiting. They basically retain the original flavor. They feel like they have tasted the old movies. The tour guide service is basically in place. The citizens are also very enthusiastic. They can just get up early. That's good.