It's a very good museum. There aren't many people. They can enjoy the stone culture in the garden leisurely.
Many strange stones, breaking the Guinness record. The scenery in the hospital is good, but the hygiene is a little dirty and messy.
It's a worthwhile trip. I saw a lot of strange stones and rocky rocks. It's really very impressive. I think it's cost-effective to use the year card. The surrounding environment is also good. It seems that there is a temple. It's OK to walk around. There are not many people and it's very good.
It's worth visiting. The scenery will be more beautiful in summer. These casual photos are very beautiful.
Although it is a bit old for lack of maintenance, it is amazing to see all kinds of preservation in the garden.
Baocheng Qishiyuan is located in Baocheng New Village, Shuangqiaohe Town, Jinnan District, with an investment of more than 400 million yuan and more than 4000 Tibetan stones. It covers an area of more than 200 mu and contains more than 200 kinds of exotic stones, ancient trees, flowers, pavilions, corridors, arch bridges, blue water, brocade fish, rare birds, famous dogs, pagodas, wooden fossils and ancient buildings in one "Dacheng Garden". It consists of Jiangnan Park, Qishiyuan Garden, Flower Garden, Entertainment Park, Zoo, Silica Wood Forest Garden and so on. With the largest natural Lingbi stone plantation in the world, the most noticeable one is "Buddha Wuchan", which is l0.07 meters high and weighs 73 tons, known as "the first stone in Asia". More than 300 woodlands and fossil forests are also the most famous landscapes in the park. These 150 to 180 million years of "old" wood fossils make Baocheng Qishiyuan the most famous in the world. The collection of rare stones in this garden is based on the purpose of nature, higher than nature, and according to its natural shape for the overall layout, has high ornamental and collection value. Special programs include cockfighting, dog fighting and fishing competitions. In December 2000, it was loaded into "the largest in the world" by the headquarters of Guinness, Shanghai. In May 2001, it was approved as AA *** tourist attraction by the state tourism.
The so-called Qishiyuan is today's Tianjin Baocheng Museum, a two-story antique building with glazed tiles roofing and white jade fence. It is the first privately authorized Museum by the National Bureau of Culture in China. The garden is a collection of exotic stone treasures, celebrity paintings and calligraphy, as well as ancient architectural sculptures. It is a collection of classics, magnificent and fascinating.
How to say, there is something worth seeing in it, that is, a scenic spot which is very irregular in management and feels very irregular. Because it's a booked low price ticket, it's too irregular to charge directly even tickets, and it seems that the people in front of you went straight in without buying tickets. I feel uncomfortable. Some countries protect cultural relics without fences, children will step on them directly, and some glass windows are not, everyone can reach in and touch, but this also facilitates tourists, real close contact and experience of ancient cultural managers professional knowledge level is not enough, basically are local aunts, their main task is to chat and sell things. The landscape outside the museum is very good, but lack of regular maintenance and repair, pavilions are a little broken, everywhere gray, the overall feeling is discounted. This Museum seems to have been built by a philanthropist named Baocheng who donated his life-long collection. I wonder if the great philanthropist would regret his decision if he saw his efforts turn out like this.
It's a great museum with a tree fossil more than 7 meters in circumference, a dinosaur egg fossil emerging from a broken shell, a root sculpture more than 5 meters in diameter, and... In it, I found three Guinness records of certificates, dozens of national-level cultural relics, and a Northern Dynasty terracotta warriors and horses comparable to the momentum of Xuzhou Terracotta Warriors and Horses. The Museum has more exhibits than many provincial museums. I can compare it with Shanghai Oriental Geological Popular Science Museum. The staff said that it cost more than two billion yuan. I believe it.