Located at No. 201, Renmin Avenue, Huangpu District, Shanghai, it is a 4A-level scenic spot, open from 9:00-17:00
The Shanghai Museum is still worth a visit, especially the bronze museum and sculpture museum. I spent three hours visiting this Shanghai museum. I have to take a closer look. There is also the painting and calligraphy museum, which actually contains the original works of Tang Bohu.
I personally loved that please because it was so amazing and even though it was a public holiday the amount of people was not so big and their art objects a very interesting and expressed traditional Chinese culture and as it was the developing in time and under the influence of many ethic groups. I like it because the location is great and the transportation is convenient.
The Shanghai museum is very great, with lots of historical articrafts, ancient Chinese pots from different dynasties
I went to Shanghai N many times, every time I came and went in a hurry. This time, I set aside half a day specially to visit the museum. The most convenient subway, get off at People's Square Station. The main entrance is on Yan'an Road, and the back entrance faces the Shanghai Municipal Government. Be sure to make an appointment in advance, free of charge but ID card exchange is required. You need to line up to enter the door. There are especially many children on Saturday and Sunday. There are multiple exhibition halls on the first to fourth floors, including bronzes, ancient coins, furniture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, painting and calligraphy, etc. It takes about 3-5 hours.
The daily exhibitions of the Shanghai Museum are free to visit, and you can visit the museum directly. However, this museum, known as the "half of the country" in Chinese cultural circles, basically reaches the limit of tourist flow every day. Therefore, it is basically impossible to enter the museum without making an appointment. So be sure to make an appointment❗️appointment‼ ️ Appointment ❗️‼ ️🎯 To make an appointment to visit, search the official account of Shanghai Museum on WeChat, and there is an appointment procedure inside. These five thousand years of culture has a long history, as you can see, so it is self-evident how rich the "half wall" is, and I won't repeat it. 🎯tips▶️The ancient artifacts all have stories. In particular, most of the dark artifacts have rich past and present lives in the silence of heaven and earth, which is actually incomprehensible. It is recommended that those who are interested can rent the explainer, and some can also scan the code to explain. Or there is an interpreter inside to start a journey of listening to historical sounds.
The Shanghai Museum is located in People's Square, with convenient transportation. In addition to the perennial exhibition halls, there are often various special exhibitions. The first international special exhibition after the epidemic: The Black Rock Shipwreck and Treasures Exhibition. It is worth seeing. The exhibits include the Changsha kiln mentioned in "National Treasure". Sure enough, it is very distinctive. Online reservation is required to see the exhibition. You can make an appointment on the WeChat official account on the blog. It is very convenient.