It seems that the purpose of this journey is to gain experience, which is rightly the most important stop of my independent journey. Of course, it was equally unexpected that I didn't finish reading it, so that at the end of the day I cried because I missed the treasure house. The agate cup of the head of beast is certainly not unfamiliar to the cultural museum enthusiasts, but it was never expected that the second largest museum of history in China would hide the national treasure in the charging area, so that I thought I was old-fashioned and regarded it as a pheasant house... Say so, basically besides Duo Youding, Lu Hou Yuxi and Wei Qing's gold, bronze and bamboo fumigation stove, I missed all the treasures of other town halls. Of course, I also know that this is not my last visit, so I'm not too concerned about it afterwards. But at least it shows the negligence of the old museum in guiding tours. Although I know that there are a few visitors who maintain a high sensitivity to cultural relics like me, I should also understand that the real value created by your museum lies in these few visitors. As a frequent visitor to the museum, I took seven pages of notes honestly this time, so that I did not pay close attention to the details of the cultural relics. Although the number of visitors has not decreased due to the weather, it is also unhindered. After all, tourists are willing to find explanations and encounter a lot of things, especially for the understanding of individual cultural relics. The main thing still depends on the basic display. Three exhibition halls were set up at the time of Qin and Han Dynasties and at the two nodes of the Northern and Southern Dynasties. Richness is clear in the context, which is one of the most important things I have ever been to before. Now, I think we can basically talk about the history of the land of the three Qin Dynasty, even though it has been sorted out clearly since the Lantian people's period. Specific cultural relics aside, talk about a few touches. The first is the bronze wares. Bronze itself is a national treasure, because its production skills and regulatory value will be slightly higher than other materials of cultural relics, especially in the Xia and Shang Dynasties, the most precious, but the most refined Zhou. In Henan, bronze in Shang Dynasty is more common, but wherever it is, it is far less than the number and the essence of skills seen in Li Bo. In terms of size, no less than ten pieces can match the stepmother Wuding. In terms of types, almost all the functional vessels recorded in the Pre-Qin Dynasty are covered, and even some of them are only found here. In terms of workmanship, each one is well preserved and exquisite and meticulous. During this period, there were many Shang bronzes, but after all, they only existed in the eastern part of Shaanxi Province and were far away from the center of commercial civilization, so they lacked fine products. The second is the change of Xi'an city. From the establishment of Zhou people to the prosperity of Chang'an City in Tang Dynasty, many infrastructures in the city have been largely used, and the wisdom of the ancients in urban planning has also been shared by the people after 3000 years. The third is the prosperous scene of multicultural integration, which is hard to see even in Luoyang, the ancient capital of the Northern Wei Dynasty. Most of Xi'an's history is open, and as a starting point, as early as the Western Han Dynasty, we can see the shadow of foreign culture. In addition to the integration of different nationalities and countries, in the flourishing Tang Dynasty, whether it is daily necessities or tombs, bright color depiction, smooth line sketch, no international metropolis leaps to paper.
As a museum enthusiast, Shaanxi Bo is absolutely the most important stop in Shaanxi. For this reason, I booked the hotel across the street in the whole season, which is Shaanxi Bo. There is no intention to line up for free tickets at all. There are too many people coming. It's really not cost-effective to take children to bask in the sun for an hour and save tens of dollars. Second, free tickets can't see the most precious cultural relics, such as the agate cup in the town hall. There are too many people to explain. If you don't want to queue, you won't be invited. Less than 10 a.m., the first floor of the exhibition hall is crowded with people, unable to move at all, can only follow the crowd step by step forward. Fortunately, there are a lot of treasures. They are too good to link up the whole history of China. Even the exhibits of the same era, Shanbo is more unique. From nine o'clock in the morning to three o'clock in the afternoon, I just sat down and rested for ten minutes. When I went out, I felt like I was separated from the rest of the world. I really saw the feeling of Chang'an flowers one day. PS: There are water and drinks in the museum. It's not expensive, but there's no food. If you want to visit for a day, you should bring your own dry food. If you are a history lover, half a day is not enough. I think one day is short. If the schedule is not decided, I would like to see another day. Thirdly, if you are a bronze enthusiast, you should go to the Baoji Bronze Museum, where there are more and richer collections. If you are in a hurry, it is not recommended to collect free tickets. The most precious collection can not be seen, and it takes at least half an hour to collect tickets.
As an infinite pursuit of art works, my Shaanxi Museum has a great taste for many treasures from the Qin Dynasty to the Song Dynasty. It is an eye-opener that there are so many treasures in it. However, this museum does not restrict the flow of people by restricting the flow of the museum to become a railway station. It feels like many people are sitting on the ground very cool. Scenery and many treasure cages are full of fingerprints, which are caused by some low-quality visitors pressing up directly. The staff does not prevent the other space from being too hot. The whole museum is cold and not enough visitors are sweaty. It is hopeful that they can not calm down to see the management and environment of babies and the supporting facilities are far from the Shanghai Museum. In order to manage and improve your tickets as soon as possible, you don't have to queue for 30 tickets.
My friends and I got in for free since we are foreigners. Made the most of that trip by spending 3 hours walking around inside.
very informative museum with lots to see. they have an interesting exhibit showing how the terracotta warriors looked when painted.
Shaanxi Museum of History is well worth visiting. Six thousand free tickets a day, so many people in a museum every day, this is the first time I see you. Tang Dynasty mural exhibition cost is relatively high, He Jiacun 30 yuan, Hall 1, 2, 3 free, time is limited, there is no time to look carefully, there is time to go to Xi'an, must have a good look at the Shaanxi Museum of History.
I went to Shaanxi History Museum from Dayan Pagoda in the morning. It turns out that every time I go out to buy souvenirs and gifts, everything gets pitted. Jingdezhen buys ceramics like this. This time, after a local old man with a bad attitude buys things, he finds that a big sister is cheaper.... It's very helpless. But it was also in the old man that I met two Korean girls. The skin is white and tender. Oh dear. However, people do not understand the old man's Xi'an dialect, many negotiations fruitless. So I translated the old man's Xi'an dialect to two Korean sisters in English, and then I accepted the poor English translation of my sister's to the old man in Putonghua. Finally, I didn't expect my sister to give me a sentence about Kansan Hanida. The first conversation with the Koreans was still fantastic. Lunch is eaten in the snack street next to the museum. Vegetables with steamed meat with steamed buns. It's really delicious. To tell the truth, I had never eaten steamed buns before. I didn't realize that the steamed buns were so crisp and the fillings were very rich and refreshing. Coupled with soybean milk, only thirteen pieces. It's good to blow up the train station. Then there are really too many visitors to the Shaanxi Museum of History. It's a long queue on such a cold day. Buy tickets decisively and see one more exhibition hall. The feeling of RMB players is still real. The feeling after reading is still OK. Although much worse than the Nanjing Museum.
Shaanxi Museum of History is a comprehensive museum of history. It is the first large-scale national museum with modern facilities in China with more than 370,000 cultural relics. Cultural relics have deep cultural accumulation, large number, wide variety, high taste and wide value. They are known as "the treasure house of China" and "the magnificent palace of Chinese civilization". Thirteen of the most brilliant dynasties in Chinese history, Qin, Han and Tang, built their capital here. Rich cultural relics and profound cultural accumulation have formed the unique historical and cultural features of Shaanxi Province, which is praised as "the pearl of the ancient capital, the treasure house of China" is one of the scenic spots that visitors must have when they arrive in Xi'an. The scenic spot is a free scenic spot. Every morning and afternoon, 3000 tickets are issued each, and they are collected with identity cards. However, there is a museum in charge. If the knowledge of history and culture is not very rich, the museum will charge additional fees. It is suggested that the interpreter be invited. The real terracotta warriors and horses in Lintong Qinshihuang Mausoleum, the three colors of Tang Dynasty and the true jade products of Han Dynasty are also displayed here, so tourists can enjoy them at close range.
I heard early that Shaanbo is one of the three major museums in China and one of the must-visit scenic spots in Xi'an. I went to the National Day. I waited in line from 6:30 to 10:30 in the morning in the rain for 4 hours before I got tickets to the treasure house. Fortunately, I was not disappointed. There are many large cultural relics in it. Better rent an interpreter or invite an interpreter. First of all, I saw the treasures in Hojiacun's cellar, which are all state-level. It's really an eye-opener. But after looking at the general hall outside, I think it's not bad. There are also many treasures and national treasure-level cultural relics. Shaanbori's treasures are too many to describe one by one. It took me more than three hours to walk around and watch the lantern. It felt like I had seen the history of China for five thousand years. Every cultural relic seemed to be telling its story. It was a worthwhile trip. After returning, I checked the relevant information to make up for it. I found that many things were missing. Even the stones in the water pool at the entrance had a lot of origin. So I suggest that we should do enough homework before we go, and watch the baby like the palm of our hand. In short, to see Chinese history in Xi'an is bound to visit Shaanxi and Bohai.
Every time I go to a museum, I hear that the Shaanxi History Museum is often overcrowded. I choose a rainy weekend to go. I didn't realize that the free tickets can't be obtained at all. The line that stood in the rain for an hour and a half didn't even get 30 yuan tickets (maybe because of the summer vacation)! The next morning I went to the queue early and spent 30 yuan to buy a fast admission ticket. There are many treasures in the museum. Many exhibits have been read in the textbooks of childhood. It is suggested to buy explanations. Otherwise, if you don't know the historical allusions, you will miss a lot of opportunities to face the treasures directly.