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A rather large building houses the Three Gorges Museum just off of People's Square, and admission is free. Our interest was strictly on the Three Gorges, so we skipped the exhibits that had nothing to do with the Three Gorges. The Ba-Yu people exhibits was...More
We didnt book optional tour but walked to museum. Great pics along the way and the museum was pretty good with a great collection of history and pieces to see.. Off boat at 0800 but museum doesn’t open till 0900 had to be back on...More
The museum does not only display the Three Gorges environmental history but also respects to cultural heritage the region of the Yangtze River. There are four main displays:
Three Gorges, Ancient Ba-Yu – early history of Chongqing, the Anti-Japanese War and displays of painting and...More
This is an incredible piece of engineering - well worth seeing. It is helpful to have a guide that can explain everything. There are escalotors so it easy to get to the top. Make sure that you have water, good shoes, hat and sunscreen. Fantastic...More
Worth a trip to see the Hydro-dam, new and old lift systems.
The journey to the top is eased by escalators (thank God!) and the further 170 odd steps are quite easy....apart from the Chinese that refuse to obey the one-way signs for going up...More
You descend 150 feet under water to the exhibit room to view he ancient rock carvings. It is the longest steepest escalator both up and down we have ever seen. The museum is fine, but not that interesting. The decent and view under water is.
Four floors covering the history of the area, including the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. Open from 9 AM to 5 PM, free to the public, CLOSED on MONDAY. Closest metro stop is zengjiayan, stop #5 on Line #2.
There is a 25 minute...More