Children in the family must be here for half a day or more when they are 8-18 years old: 1. Sanjiangyuan Nature Reserve, Mother River, shocking ecological disaster; 2. With the interactive broadcast of CCTV album "Qinghai Lake's Huang Fish Rescue" The road"; the shock of the South American monarch butterfly flying in turn in National Geographic magazine...No matter how indifferent internet addiction teenagers are, they will be attracted; 3. The whole commentary is methodical and patiently answering the little guy’s questions, all the way down for at least two hours, fine Watch and take photos for at least three minutes; 4. The copywriting is first-rate.........
The price is not high and there are not many things to see. I was a bit disappointed when I visited the Natural History Museum in Shanghai. But after all, it is not a city of the same level, and some gaps are inevitable. The Tibetan Medicine Cultural Museum next door is very good. One is free and one is charged.
I went to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Museum of Nature on the last day, and none of the 1.3 children asked for tickets. It is recommended to ask a tour guide to explain it, 80 yuan, it is quite cost-effective, there may be no gain in seeing it for yourself. There are various displays of the animals, plants, and water sources of the Three Rivers of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and the children are very interested in watching it.
If you are traveling with children, it’s worth visiting. The animals are abundant, and the eagles and vultures are bigger than expected.
Children who take children (below 9th grade) are free of charge. The exhibition hall has a large amount of knowledge and beautifully arranged exhibitions, which are very rewarding for adults and children. There are public transportation, the transportation is convenient, the experience is very good, and it is recommended!