Not a very large free attraction, ID card change ticket entry, the origin of kites, development, types, production... And so on have detailed introduction, as well as children's interaction, production participation, popular science for all ages and visiting scenic spots. There are riverside parks and kite squares around for outdoor recreation. It's worth seeing!
The kite museum can be regarded as the landmark of Weifang. Weifang has also become the city of kites. The museum is now open free of charge and can be visited by ticket with ID card. It introduces various kinds of kites, production methods, competitions and so on, as well as the kites drawn on the spot. On the second floor, there is a souvenir supermarket. I dare not buy it because I don't understand it. Instead, I can make my own kite downstairs for 15 yuan, which is good.
To feel Weifang's culture, you must come to the kite museum. Young partners must remember to bring their ID cards, otherwise they will not let in. Kite shows are basically on the first floor, about 78 exhibition halls. Less on the second floor. The experience is good.
When you come to Weifang, you must see it. It opens at 9:00, receives your ID card and visits it for free. It mainly displays kites from all over the world and kites from ancient to modern times. There is a kite square in front of the museum. You can take a walk __________
Kite Museum ticket 30 yuan! Now it seems free! It contains kites made by gods and men of all walks, including feather kites as light as feathers, giant kites with net weights of several kilograms and sound, and kite culture of all countries. When entertainment reaches its acme, it becomes a kind of culture as well! _________ It's really worth recommending! It's worth seeing.
The last stop in Weifang is to go to the kite museum in the city. Although I also went to Yangjiabu, I think this one in the city is better. [Location] It's just beside the kite square. It's easy to find, and the building has its own characteristics. [Ticketing] Identity cards can be accessed free of charge, but only if there is a certificate. I heard that some tourists said they didn't bring their ID cards. It seemed that they had entered with their driver's book, but they had to have their ID cards. [Environment] is not big, but it is rich in content. The best part is the big rest area on the first floor. It's great! [Exhibits] Exhibits are very rich, kites of all kinds of countries have, can learn a lot, feel quite worth seeing. Because it's not big, you can finish it in more than two hours, so you don't need to leave much time.