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No.418 Shuiximen Road, Jianye District | west bound Metro Line 2 / Yunjinlu Station Exit 2, Nanjing 210017, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful and very moving tribute to the multitudes who lost their lives in what was one of the saddest tragedies in 20th century history.

Thank Scott O
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited the Nanjing Massacre museum. This is a free local museum popular with Chinese tourists that tells of the history of the Nanjing massacre. the museum was crowded and very warm during the hot August visit. But it was a very powerful museum and a...More

Thank ChewInRI
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is nothing subtle or 2nd rate about this huge museum. A beautiful and well thought out facility, it makes you think, and perhaps a bit uncomfortable, but Is very educational. I read Iris Chang’s book The Rape of Nanking, and felt that the museum...More

1  Thank Jellins1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's really important to go here as this reveal the truth of the Nanjing Massacre that happened during WWII. Detailed description of the massacre, should spend time there.

Thank Harry W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It certainly did justice in remembering the tragic event happen so long ago and serve as a good reminder of what the people went through as a nation, however, there are constant crowds that are making all sorts of noise, turning a rather solemn place...More

Thank Samentha T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This museum is based upon the Japanese invasion of Nanjing, the then capital of China in 1937. An extremely tragic moment for the Nanjing people and China’s recent history with amazing historical detail and visuals which makes it a very moving and terribly sad experience....More

Thank geelongwheelman
Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

The moment I walked in, the museum gave me chills. It's such an horrifying event and reading the stories of survivors left me with many different emotions. If you want to know the brutal history of the city you are visiting, go there. If you...More

Thank Alice M
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

As a History teacher, a visit to Nanjing would not be complete without a visit to the museum. It is an awesome place, extremely well funded and jaw droppingly complete. Read as much as you can, absorb the horror and remember that this happened less...More

Thank Roxie O
Reviewed 25 June 2018

A definite must-see when in Nanjing - there's no entry fee. I don't speak Mandarin and didn't have a guide but everything was very clear. Such a cruel event and so good to see the positive and future-forward messaging.

1  Thank Christine H
Reviewed 12 June 2018

the great museum that was well organized and comprehensive presentation. copy the quote from John Rabe "Forgivable, but unforgettable" past experience if not forgotten, serving as a guide for the future.

1  Thank Huang W
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19 September 2017|
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Response from Eden D | Reviewed this property |
We did Nanjing in a full day and could have used a couple to do even more. That said, we had a great tour guide who was a walking historian and we did a lot in a day, including a wonderful local lunch experience. We booked... More
12 October 2016|
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Entry is free of cost!!!
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Response from abcarlaw | Reviewed this property |
If you want to get there by metro then take the line 2 metro to Yunjin Lu, take exit 2 and it's on your left. If you want to taxi then you want to go to Shuiximen street, Yunjin road intersection. (Shuiximen dajie Yunjin Lu... More