We really enjoyed this place and it was just mind blowing. Perfect example of where our science and technology has reached.
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Thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Interesting exhibits. The model of the city is an absolute must. It encompasses a whole floor and there is a catwalk around it. Nice view from the small snack bar on the top floor.
To begin with the weather was 35F today and I doubt it was warmer than 36F inside. NO HEAT! That may have dampened our experience. The 3D map is cool but not enough to make the visit noteworthy. An interesting point. The place was full...More
I really enjoyed this museum! There was so much to see and I got to see a small painting exhibit (40rmb) inside as well. I like how it is right off the exit and a short walk from the subway. highly recommended to go here!
The best part was the replica of present Shanghai. It changes from light to dark and gives an appreciation of the vast size of the city.
This is an excellent and unique museum that provides a look into Shanghai's past and future. The exhibition is free and there are lots of things for families of small children to do.
Cost for admission, at least australian $10 from memory. Some nice diaromas here & there, big display of overall city layout on an upper level. Some pretty chinese biased history displays. Probably wouldn't pay to return but it was fairly informative.
Best thing here is the model of the city - fascinating. Huge. The rest of the museum is not nearly so interesting. See the model and skip everything else.
This museum documents the different phases of growth Shanghai has undergone in the past, but more important, the vision for the future is well defined. Situated at the heart of Shanghai City, that is, People's Square, easily accessible by the public transport. Inside the museum...More