This is a very informative museum. Containing amazing historical information. It doesn't cost much to get in. You can even go into soong Ching lings home and see what it looked like when she lived there which is amazing. I learnt a lot from this.
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This house museum is a memorial to the first president and founding father of the Republic of China. There's a lot of information contained in the interpretation panels around the rooms - much of it in Chinese - but it is a fascinating insight to...More
Great hour stop between fuxing park and other attractions in the French Concession. Good primary source materials on a fascinating man, who died before his full legacy was realized. Also good primary materials on his famous wife.
Most visitors will certainly leave this house-turned-museum with a better understanding of the role and times that Dr Sun Yat-sen lived through and connect this with what was going on elsewhere in the world. The critical role of Dr Sun's wife and political partner is...More
A very worthwhile visit to the museum-home of an important man. The extended museum building and the home add up to give an impression of the man, his home life and his work, if only but a brief introduction to the impact he had on...More
The highly regarded Sun Yat-sen and his wife lived in this fine residence for about seven years up to 1925. It was provided by loyal Chinese emigrants. While here he produced his seminal works for China's progress and development and enunciated his key related policies....More
We walked from near the Bund to this house. The area if quite leafy and full of large residences. The residence here is reasonably large, as it probably should be. The house is still furnished with what was in the house at the time, photos...More
This place is where Sun Yat Sen used to stay. Sun Yat Sen is unusual in that everyone- no matter who you are respected him and there are monuments to him in Singapore; Taiwan and China. Personally I found the one in Singapore much better...More
Unlike many places in China this appears to be a true historical site and not a replica. Having said that, most of the 'artifacts' have been removed, leaving rooms with furniture but books, clothes, ornaments and other items missing. You can see the rooms of...More