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This museum has been built right next to where the ancient mausoleum was excavated. The excavation place is well preserved, marked and open to visitors. It is about 2200 years old but the king's grave was discovered in a good condition. It was accidentally discovered...More
Apparently this is one of three intact tombs of Han dynasty kings. I find looking at the burial chambers and the way the king was buried (with all the paraphernalia and positioning) very intriguing. There was a lot of information on Chinese history too. Museum...More
If you want to escape the noise and crowds of the city, this museum is a great option. Don’t expect a King Tut-style spectacle. The permanent collection consists of a well laid out display of tomb artifacts and the tomb itself. In early May 2018,...More
The Nanyue King's Tomb is located only a few blocks from the Dongfang Hotel and Marriott within the Yuexiu District. From the outside, the museum does not seem like much, but once you get inside, you are amazed at how much is in there. The...More
The mausoleum of a Western Han Dynasty king has a beautiful museum built around it that not only provides an informative context, but sets it off from the rest of the noisy, busy city, so one might feel a little bit of what it might...More
It must have been the find of a lifetime when construction workers discovered this tomb. What an amazing story and incredible display of artifacts and relics.
You only pay RMB12 to get in and it is well worth the trip.