The various collections in the lobby on the first floor are dazzling and very interesting. It would be even more amazing if it can be accompanied by the explanation in the director. On-site ticket purchases are not cheap, but if there are group tickets, the price/performance ratio is still very high.
I bought a pass for the Shanghai Youth League Committee, which is very large. After playing for nearly 2 hours, the various stones behind are quite shocking. Suitable for little babies with long knowledge. It feels that the old factory was transformed. Like the attractions 20 years ago.
Shanghai Dragon Stone Cultural Science Museum, come to play with children, here we learn about the whole process of human beings and stones, the unique natural beauty of strange stones is really a paradise for geological lovers!
Located between Pudong Airport and Disney, transportation is inconvenient except for self-driving. A small road goes in and there is a parking lot. The entire science museum is built by a large venue, with a very large area, and there are imitation caves similar to the Yaolin Wonderland. There are also various specimens of animals and stones. Suitable for schools to organize popular science activities.
It's worth it, I like everything else here
This is an excellent place to go on a rainy day. Lots of indoor space. Pricey but well done for a private museum. Lots of places to sit down and take photos. Free tea at the end.
Preston_Dominguez: No.20 Xinchun Road, Shanghai, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Chuansha Park,Shanghai Youlong Stone Culture Museum,Heming Tower,China Art Museum,Dongxin Temple