The museum is next to the Guangzhou Library and the Guangzhou Grand Theatre. It arrives a few minutes'walk from the "Grand Theatre Station" on the APM line. Free visits, some netizens said that online booking is faster and more convenient, but the online booking team seems to be larger and longer than those who exchange tickets by ID card/passport. I'm glad I didn't make any extra online booking. We are aiming at the special exhibition of Mucha and the Art Nouveau Movement (as of March 25, 2018). Unfortunately, the special exhibition costs another 50 yuan per person. Students (undergraduate, master, doctor) and faculty can buy half tickets with valid certificates. As for the words and phrases used to praise Musha's works, I can't really write them. You can still read other people's posts. I can only say - "worth seeing". On the third floor, there is another "the first national animation art exhibition" (as of April 26, 2018) which is free and open to friends who like domestic animation. Personal suggestion - "At present, visiting this museum should take "Muchat Exhibition", "Animation Exhibition" and another "Blue and White Porcelain Exhibition" as the main axis. Other museums are perennial, that is to say, you can come back at any time. Look, but these three special exhibitions have "timeliness" and should be well grasped. Compared with the cold and quiet "Guangzhou Museum", I prefer this "Guangdong Museum" to its youth, vitality and popularity. As an aside, I think the staff of this museum are very hard. Why do they have to stand upright? When they see that they keep tapping their thighs and looking at their watches while nobody else is around, they know that they really stand for a long time. Compared with Guangzhou Museum, Guangzhou Museum is more "humanized" and the staff in each district have "matching" a chair. They want to stand, sit, and be more comfortable.