We loved it!The building itself looks like a space ship and it is really great. We spent about a half an hour just walking around the museum.Tickets are free, just don't forget to bring your passport.inside there are many different sculptures, paintings and so on. It is nice to know more about the city.But if you don't speak Chinese there are not so many signs in English so it is better to go with your Chinese speaking friend.
Zhengzhou Museum is not big, and is currently holding an exhibition of archaeological relics in Henan along the South-to-North Water Transfer. The contents are good. The service staff are very enthusiastic. Some young female commentators are practicing and will enthusiastically explain to tourists. It is very warm. Zhengzhou Museum is building a new museum. The exhibition will be richer in boundaries.
Firstly, it is free, and secondly, the most important thing is that the exhibits are loaded with the local cultural heritage of Zhengzhou, including the history of Zhengzhou, the replacement of the princes, and various utensils from archaeological excavations to study the life and survival of ancestors. The authenticity of historical existence and its truth are engraved in bronze wares. My favorite is the wine source, which used to be called the noble, and all kinds of cold weapons left by war. Looking at the unearthed cultural relics, my heart is always heavy, not only because of the deposited relics of the ancestors, but also because of the technical ability and wisdom of the ancestors. We should all read history and learn from it.
Before the intersection of Songshan Road and Zhongyuan Road, Zhengzhou Museum was located in Bishagang Park. With the clue of the South-to-North Water Transfer Project, the whole museum has built historical relics from Nanyang to Anyang on the fourth floor. There are also sculpture exhibitions and temporary exhibition halls.
With the Science and Technology Museum. Originally, I went to the Science and Technology Museum. I went to the Henan Museum in the morning, but I didn't want to see the Museum. Waiting for the entrance, we entered and turned down. Many students volunteer in the service, many children. The South-to-North Water Transfer Project has everything.