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Reviews about Tianjin Natural History Museum

5/5
Reviewed on 11 Dec 2018

29/10/18 Clear Tianjin looks like a shell, representing a pearl in the Bohai Sea of Tianjin, which is the main building of Tianjin Museum of Nature. In the Museum of Nature, we can see huge dinosaur fossils, as well as precious Chinese animal specimens such as crested ibis, giant pandas, golden monkeys and antelopes. It is the longest and richest natural museum in China. There are three-storey exhibition halls in the Museum of Nature. There are many exhibits. Entering the museum is free tickets by ID card. Many pupils are guided by parents and teachers. The exhibition hall is like activity teaching. Its rich contents make students and parents broaden their horizons, inspire their thinking in the process of growth, and enhance their interest in exploring the ecological environment. Next to it is the Tianjin Museum. The scenery outside is very special. Don't miss it. Recommend a day's trip!

Tianjin Natural History Museum
Tianjin Natural History Museum
Tianjin Natural History Museum
Tianjin Natural History Museum
Tianjin Natural History Museum
Tianjin Natural History Museum
Tianjin Natural History Museum
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Reviewed on 9 Jul 2017
5/5
Tianjin Museum of Nature is located in the southwest corner of the Galaxy Cultural Center. When the sidewalk at the junction of Friendship Road and Pingjiang Road enters the Cultural Center Square, you will find a semi-circular building with all-body blue glass. It is very beautiful. This is the earliest building built by the Cultural Center. From here to the east, Tianjin Museum, Tianjin Art Museum, Tianjin Library, and China Theatre form a row of cultural venues at the southernmost end of the Cultural Center. The Natural Museum is a semi-spherical building with three stories of main building. The entrance is on the north side of the building. It faces a water corridor leading directly to the Galaxy Square. There is a semi-circular artificial lake on both sides. The exhibition hall is free of charge. It is closed at 5 p.m. and closed at 4:30 p.m. Admission to the library requires identification, security checks for bags and a drink of water. Like the subway station, there are bags in the lobby. Before the opening of the cultural center, the building was first used as the Tianjin Museum. Later, the Natural Museum on the Raceway was moved here and a square building was built next to it, which became the new museum of Tianjin Museum. The predecessor of Tianjin Museum of Nature is the Beijiang Museum. In 1914, French missionary Sang Zhihua founded a museum in Tianjin, located in the present Foreign Languages College, Tianjin Business College in that year. In 1927, the North Xinjiang Museum was opened to the outside world. By 1952, it was transformed into Tianjin Museum of People's Science. In 1957, it was officially designated as the Museum of Nature. In 1959, the Municipal Government built a large museum opposite the old residence of De Guanglin and the ruins of the racetrack beside the Cadre Club of the Racecourse Road and the Yanyuan Garden, which moved the natural museum in the Foreign Languages Institute. In 1997, the Municipal Government spent 100 million yuan to rebuild the museum, which is the first class museum in the country. Until 2014, the Museum of Natural History moved to the new site of the Cultural Center, completing a 100-year arduous journey.
5/5
Reviewed on 18 Dec 2016
5/5
The new Tianjin Museum of Natural History is located in Tianjin Cultural Center. The former Tianjin Museum is the first museum of natural history in China with unitary themes and panoramic exhibitions of natural exploration, scientific experience and scientific education. The New Museum of Tianjin Museum of Nature takes "Home" as its general theme, from outdoor "Home Footprint" to the first "Home Exploration", from the second "Home Life" to the third "Home Ecology", tells a "Home" story from ancient times to contemporary times, from the world to Tianjin. The exhibition area "Home Ecology" highlights the ecosystem in the design concept, in the form of a large landscape, a large brush to reflect the diversity of the ecosystem. Each continental fauna consists of several landscapes, each of which is displayed in different scenes, each of which is represented by a typical story of animal life. Using artificial landscaping and background painting, combined with various modern display means, accurately and scientifically reappear the world's most representative wildlife and its ecological environment in front of the audience, vividly display the real scene of animal life. The exhibition is rich in content and diverse in forms, including exhibition boards, multimedia and interactive settings, which enhance the audience's desire to explore. In order to achieve the purpose of Mr. Belin's donation - "let the children who have no chance to visit these places have a feeling of immersion through visiting our exhibition".
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