I was very surprised at the quality of the museum—world class. High quality exhibits, bilingual English and Chinese descriptions. The subway (line 16) to Dishui Lake is long but convenient. The museum...
The museum is interesting and a fun destination for all the family. There is plenty to do and so much to see. There are a number of hands-on experiences which were interesting and staff around to help...
Well curated museum but a long way from central Shanghai
You have to love boat design and history to come here considering how far it is from downtown. That being said, you can take a subway to the Dishui lake and take a cab to this place. Very well designe...
I rather enjoyed walking around the museum. There were plenty of interesting things to see, both old and modern and they are well displayed. Check the opening times before going, as it is a long way o...
...at a remote location. Not recommended for tourists staying only some days in Shanghai. But for residents a good chance to leave the busy city. Beside great architecture of the museum itself, large ...
The China Maritime Museum is located next to Dishui Lake in the southeast corner of Shanghai. It is a nautical-themed museum with rich domestic exhibitions. In the nautical museum, you can learn about the evolution of Chinese shipbuilding history and navigation technology through various models and graphic introductions. There is also a sizable display of marine equipment. Test your navigation skills via the museum's simulation, or board a recreated Ming Dynasty boat to learn about ancient shipbuilding processes. Suitable for young and old, the China Maritime Museum is a pleasant experience for those venturing out to the Dishui Lake area.
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