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I born in Wuhan and live there for about 20 years, it's my home town, yet when I walked in this Museum, my mind was blew by the ancient culture and all those art and craft, like I never knew this land. The lost culture...More
We had about 3 h of free time after a meeting in Wuhan so our host suggested that we went to the this museum for a short visit. It is a very spacious and accessible new building with escalators to all floors. There were a...More
We where there during the week, not busy at all, English speaking guide (200¥), I do not want to spoil but the museum got some very interesting stuff inside. Just the guide was hurry, kind of pitty due to the price we payed.
This museum has huge collection of artefacts that are unique and interesting. Though a bewildering fact is that out of 4 floors, 2 floors don't have descriptions in English. The exhibit of the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng is surreal. It's the one not...More
Must see: The tomb exhibit. It is little wonder that gold came to be such a valuable commodity with the brilliance of these early pieces. The sheer age and beauty of the gold artefacts, including hats and jewellery is astounding. Definitely worth a look!
The Museum has a magnificent collection of ancient bronzes and lacquerware. Of particular significance is a set of chimes and bells dating to 433 BC. It comprises 65 bells suspended on three frames, and divided into eight groups, and is capable of producing a stunning...More
If you have a cruise leaving from Wuhen, stop by the museum and see The Discovery of Marquis Yi's Tomb. The treasures are wonderful. Also try to attend a performance of the bells, they use replicas of the originals that are on display at the...More