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Not a bad museum to visit if you have a couple of hours to spare. It gives some background about Nanjing especially the 6 dynasties. Bring along an identification card if you are a tourist to get your entrance ticket (which is free)
Like almost every attraction in China, this museum can get quite crowded. It is best to plan an early-morning visit and avoid weekends. In most countries rainy-day visits to museums are “no brainers,” yet in China’s largest cities, the museums are stuffed to the gills...More
This was my second visit to this museum. My first visit four years ago was fairly overwhelming and I didn't really want to go again but my lovely hosts insisted and I was glad I went. They have added a number of interactive galleries which...More
The museum was overcrowded during my visit which made the visit very unpleasant as it was hard to see many of the displays. Many of the displays also seemed to be repetitive. It was a nice activity to escape the rain.
I do not really like visiting museums, but spent 4 hours walking around. The pottery exhibits are teriffic. The amount of artifacts and their condition is amazing. The museum is well laid out. There were alot of people there but we still enjoyed the visit....More
the wonderful museum in this region as Nanjing was the important significant city since the previous ancient time, especially it was established as the capital for several times.
so many valuable precious antitique collection still have preserved here, unfortunately some famous master piece might not...More
Went there to kill time but was deeply attracted by the exibitions. It is full of great historical pieces which have been frequently cited in the national textbooks. The moment we saw the Jade Clothes Sewn with Gold Wire, we decided to slow down our...More