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All reviews chinese paintings free admission great collection id card interesting exhibits english explanations silk road a great place to spend forbidden city culture bookstore calligraphy objects china century
Foreigners as usual please show passport
5 level altogether
Level 3/4 kids can have their drawing corner
Level 1 show a lot of china 少数民族）portrait and drawing
There is also renowned artist
Flashlight cam prohibited
Should you go? Yes ... But..
It's a bit of a monomer, it's not a museum, if you expect the best in Chinese art from the last thousand years you'll be disappointed. It's an exhibition space, yesterday we saw a 21st century oil painting exhibition,...More
Free of charge! Inside the art museum is nice but not various collections. However, the garden area and cafe are worth to visit. After enjoy art work, spend your afternoon by sip tea in the garden, such a pleasure.
We visited the national art museum as it was in our way and it was quite interesting,not realy big pleasant to walk around but unfortunately with noenglish audio guides. If you have time pay a visit ..
Free entrance just show your passport. Monopads or selfie sticks were not allowed inside. The museum has 7 floors. The art works were all good. I would have appreciated it better if there were english translations beside each art work.
The museum has three levels and two are entirely dedicated to calligraphy, so the museum is an excellent place to visit if you’re keen on calligraphy. It houses a mixture or contemporary and modern calligraphy as well a good collection of Chinese paintings. Try to...More
We travelled to the museum by subway and spent over 2 hours looking round the multi-storey Chinese collection, which was free, so a very cheap morning's sightseeing. The theme was "the silk road" so there were hundreds of different impressions from Chinese artists and those...More
We spent an hour admiring the gorgeous stone sculptures with a Zen theme and another temporary exhibit. The artist Liu Jude happened to be visiting his exhibit and kindly approached us for a chat and photographs. This very special encounter would not have happened in...More