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Government museums are free in China -- just remember to bring your passport because staff security will want to see it.
We thoroughly enjoyed our short visit here. Since time was limited we chose to see only the ceramics. Lovely displays with English text and...More
The Museum is big and spectacular, with regular exhibitions of Heibei history nicely curated. There are displays of modern art as well. The large square in front of the museum also serves as playground for the locals in the evening. Reserve half day for a...More
I wanted to see ancient Chinese treasures.
There was a contemporary/traditional art display. I think the artist was chosen because of his connections. A lot of red and marching soldiers etc.
And on the other side, there were party posters from the 50’s and 60’s....More
A very nice place to visit. If you havr interest on history of china.. a must plaxe to go. Very organised.
Infront of the museum there is a big open space with a lot of pigeons. Its a spectacular view.
Its a collection of ancient relics. Certainly a must visit for students and history lovers. Hebei Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Entrance is free with valid proof of identification. A translator app which can read images can be...More
This museum is well built and easy to navigate. They have rotating exhibits throughout the year, and do have some English. Entrance is free (last time I went). It's big enough to spend an entire morning or even a day there depending on how much...More
I went here with a group of students, one of whom knew much history, and so acted as a tour guide, but surprisingly, many things were in English as well as Chinese.
It is a large museum, 4 floors. We only visited the first two...More