I don't consider this a museum but is still an interesting place to learn how silk is made. A guide escorted us to several displays of the silk making process and explained each step. We were allowed to touch the cocoons and feel the silk thread. They specialize in making silk comforters so they showed us the process of making one. Then we were led to a showroom of comforters and silk covers for sale and then to a room with a vast selection of silk clothing for sale. This is silk business and not a museum. A real silk museum is in Suzhou and definitely worth a visit if you are in that part of China.
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