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Shanghai Jiangnan Silk Museum

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The Silk Museum is an educational tour of the entire process from growing and feeding the silkworms to collecting the silk threads and the factory production of silk textiles. Quality silk bedding and products may be purchased here.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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No.289 Aomen Road, Putuo District, Shanghai 200000, China
South Bund
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+86 21 6266 0378
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Reviewed 2 days ago

in the middle of a huge city you can see quite in details the traditional (ok, a bit modernised) production of silk, including silkworms at different stages of development; get involved into stretching the silk from a small "silk ball" (can only be performed in...More

Thank kmarko
Reviewed 1 week ago

I totally disagree with lady who advised not to buy duvet - I bought whole set (+cover+pillows+pillow covers) and ABSOLUTELY LOVE THEM! The duvet is like a feather and anchors well inside cover with proper duvet clips. It is the WARMEST I have experienced -...More

Thank wyewye99
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

An entertaining and educative experience! The people here explain the process of making silk, from silk worm right through to weaving and dyeing. You can also buy stuff, at very very reasonable prices. I really regret not having bought more stuff! They are quite willing...More

Thank Alex280546
Reviewed 6 August 2018

On a recent guided visit to Shanghai, a stop at the Silk Museum was included in our tour. We had a knowledgeable museum guide who explained how silk worms develop and how the silk is harvested and made into the bedding, clothes and other silk...More

Thank njcavalier
Reviewed 18 July 2018 via mobile

We had a tour guide and they decided to take us. Then main goal is to sell you Silk Products, that being said we learned how silk is done witch is very interesting. We bought some good bed linens, witch had a good price.

Thank Juan M
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

Loved this visit. Lots of great information and demonstrations of silk production. We bought a silk bed quilt which we just love. Pricing and quality better than in Nanjing Road shops. Highly recommended place to visit, learn and shop.

Thank Richard P
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

The silkworm lifecycle and silk making process is clearly demonstrated. Each stage is explained and you walk away with a better appreciation of the process. The visit could be completed in 30 minutes - except for the visits to the different selling areas - comforters,...More

Thank Alan304
Reviewed 12 June 2018

We enjoyed the information provided about the silk worms and how the cocoons evolve into silk processes. We did not enjoy as much the multitude of sales people after the information trying to encourage us to purchase items.

Thank StanleyandMarie
Reviewed 6 June 2018

interesting and worth the visit. now i understand how silk are made. you get to see how the threads are made from the silk worms. you then hit the show room. prices are very expensive tho.

Thank thd007
Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile

Called in here on a bus tour it’s owned by the government so the quality of the silk is very good. They package everything so that you can get a super king doona that has had the air sucked out of it for travel.

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Kaye C
27 April 2018|
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Response from Chander_62 | Reviewed this property |
I would have thought the best way to clean the duvet would be to have it dry cleaned
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peterbarriek
31 May 2017|
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Response from Don R | Reviewed this property |
Tel: +86-21-62660378 is the number they gave me. Trip advisor will not allow me to give you the email address. What you want is the actual the duvet not the cover - the duvet is made of up to 20 pure silk sheets stacked... More
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