Highlights: The Jianchuan Museum Cluster in Chengdu is a complex of 15 museums, each of which has a different theme. The museums are organized across four major themes, including the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), Folklore and Culture, China’s revolutionary era and the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake. The museums featuring artefacts and exhibitions of the Second Sino-Japanese War are the most frequented. Each building in the museum complex is architecturally stylish, all designed by the museum’s founder, Dr. Fan Jianchuan. Appreciating these different styles of architecture is wonderful in and of itself. Jianchuan Museum Cluster features not only more than eight million artifacts in the diverse museums, it also has facilities such as a hotel, teahouse, souvenir shops and a man-made lake to the north of the complex.