The Accounting Museum is in the Lixin Accounting Institute. It is free and open. Those interested in financial history can check it out.
The China Accounting Museum is located in the Lixin Accounting Institute. The architecture is very distinctive. Students who are interested in the history of accounting can check it out.
The accounting museum hidden in the Lixin Accounting Institute is not big, has a lot of collections, and has a lot of super interesting things. The signature set is very rare, and there are ancient murals, which are quite good and open for free.
The Accounting Museum is open on weekdays but not on weekends. But it seems best to make an appointment. Because not many people visited. This is a professional museum. I have been there a few times but have not caught up with the opening. I took a look at the appearance and left with regret.
Located at No. 34 Beierjing Street, Songjiang District, Shanghai, it is an accounting museum. Opened in 2013, the collection includes Wanli Ten Years Tickets, etc., and there is also an abacus mountain composed of 81 abacus.
Not bad 😄 If you are interested in this business, you can check it out. It is not open to the public until now.
Fun place, suitable for parent-child excursions, learn to visit interactive long knowledge!