Hankouli is at the entrance of Wuhan Garden Expo Park, and you can get there by taking the subway to Wuhan Garden Expo Park Station. There are many performing arts programs during the New Years and Festivals. There are many visitors during the National Day and it is very lively! Nice environment! ! !
Like the Kuanzhai Alley in Chengdu, Wuhan Hankou also has its own "Kuanzhai Alley". In Hankou, the 7 words “old, ancient, small, miscellaneous, eating, vulgar, and trendy” were highlighted, and Wuhan’s traditional products and techniques were explored and sorted out, and Wuhan’s time-honored commercial and cultural brands were extended to allow citizens to regain their memories.
This is a retro street with the style of the Republic of China. It is very nostalgic. You can see it everywhere, it's delicious, and it's beautiful scenery. Featured area: focus on the city story gallery inside. The combination of classical Chinese and western styles in the museum fully reflects the architectural style of the 1920s. It is the only relatively complete copy of the Republican Chinese and Western style pavilion in Wuhan. In order to let us have a better experience, there are also Hanfu and cheongsam clothes on loan in the museum, which is even more retro.
The buildings here are antique and the environment is first-class.