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At least some level are under renovation maybe it s the reason why it was free access
I saw interesting Sichuan historical art, history of the traditional woman dress, there is one area that you can see a traditional temple, house
This is kinda an awkward location if you dont know the area or the buses.
I walwed there from canton tower (20mins) and got the bus to the nearest metro station awardwards
its a nice place, free entry with passport, spacious and clean.
We learned to go to the Guangzhou Museum, early in the morning, we set in Gongbei, and then proceed to the Guangzhou Museum, along the way we are very excited to chat, about two hours, we went to the Guangzhou Museum. Guangzhou Museum is mainly...More
It's not the easiest to get to, I think taxi may be the smartest way. Taxis are cheap, so economical and fast. Large gallery, 3 floors. Free to enter. There is no English explaining any of the exhibitions. There is an 'education section' with tables...More
A small museum offering a wide range of temporary exhibitions. This makes it a bit of a hit-or-miss affair for once-off visotors. My visit was more "miss" than "hit". They were installing the next exhibition and most parts of the museum were closed. There was...More
It's for free and you can join the library too next to it. The area is nice to take a walk. We've been very impressed of the exhibition of Qiu Guangping. You can see it until december the 7th. A must to see the work...More