Quanzhou is worthy of being a big oriental city in the past. There are not only ancient buildings, religious temples, and even museums in the urban area, it is dazzling to see. The limelight of the Quanzhou Museum is covered by the larger and more advanced Chinese Museum of Fujian-Taiwan Margins next door. There are not many tourists visiting here. The South Architecture Museum is located in the back seat of the Quanzhou Museum, which is even less popular. Anyway It was closed when I came, and there are not many reviews, I don’t know when it will open. According to reports, there are many pictures and real objects of various types of buildings in Quanzhou in the past dynasties. In terms of the city's heavy historical heritage, it should be worth seeing.
Free attractions, at the side of the West Lake, enter from the gate of Quanzhou Museum and walk to the back. The main exhibition area is on the first floor and in the courtyard, which shows the architectural culture of southern Fujian in detail. The outer courtyard is a relatively large stone building, which is mainly crafted. The components are pretty good, but it's a pity that tourists rarely go in and see. Maybe the Great West Lake scenic spot is tired.