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No.2 Zhujiang East Road, Zhujiang New City, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 510110, China
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Reviewed yesterday

On a quiet weekend (so we thought), we decided to visit the Guangdong Museum, in Zhujiang New Town. The exterior facade of the building always amazed me, given its unique design and colour. Inside is hugh, lots of floors and rooms, with some very interesting...More

Thank PushExplore
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a free museum with beautiful architecture and many amazing exhibits. What could there be to complain about? I used to be a tour guide at the Met in NYC, so I've seen my fair share of museums. This is a great way to spend...More

Thank LaobaiSJZ
Reviewed 18 June 2018

I was very looking forward to this museum. It is a massive modern building, and it being the museum representative of Guangdong Province, I was expecting a lot more. Although the exhibits were interesting and aesthetically pleasing, I could not help feeling rather disappointed. It...More

Thank esp160
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

This is the only museum that I suggest to visit in Guangzhou. Is pretty big and really interesting, full of history of the all guangdong area. A plus is that, everything is also in English, so the descriptions are not just in chinese. There are...More

Thank Dario Z
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

It gets busy with locals domestic tourists on weekends, so avoid that if you like a peaceful day at the museum. Big dinosaur bones and other animals and intricate wood carving was my favourite. Closest metro is Zhujiang new town, and there are many things...More

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Reviewed 27 March 2018

Free entrance when you present a passport - so that's a plus at the start! The building is remarkable in its design - looks like a lacquered Chinese box (black and red) or something out of Minecraft! The interior is just as amazing with sections...More

Thank Roddy P
Reviewed 20 February 2018

This is a great place to learn about the history of Guangdong with lots of beautiful artwork (paintings, screens, pottery, etc.) on display. At the ticket counter, we found out that if we had brought our passports, the admission would have been free. There are...More

Thank Azntiger
Reviewed 9 February 2018 via mobile

You can easily spend half a day here, and there’s a nice variety of different exhibit types, including: woodworking, calligraphy, modern animation, porcelain/ceramics, archeological, Chinese history, and natural resources. There wasn’t a lot of art in terms of paintings, but some of the carvings &...More

Thank Randy D
Reviewed 5 February 2018

Went here a few times, but it's really to crouded. Everything what you see is fake and finally not working when you buy it! if you want to be surrounded by tourist this is the place to go! deffinetly don't go again

Thank Jeroenratterman
Reviewed 24 January 2018

The building itself is a fine piece of modern architecture from the outside. Inside is more like a very empty shopping mall without any advertisement. Huge spaces without any function. The exhibitions are ok but nothing really makes you go "wow" When you have plenty...More

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Karissa B
26 October 2015|
Response from tengkin | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I was there, sometime ago and there are two ways to reach the museum. One is by the APM line,which will get you nearer to the museum. The other is the regular subway line. I, can't remember, the station name, but you... More