this museum is the best in guangzhou city. i like the part about international trade in guangzhou in 19th century best. i believe this the era the roosevelts made their fortune in china
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The museum is free to enter, however you will need to bring your passport and queue to get the free ticket. It is open from Tue to Sun with last entry at 4pm. The exhibits are nicely displayed and informative. Great place to spend some...More
Whilst in the area shopping (the GT Land Plaza is very nearby), we attempted to visit the museum, but, unfortunately, we didn't have our passports with us (naughty), and they couldn't accept our drivers licenses. No matter, we returned the next day, with our passports,...More
I appreciated the museum for the most part offered English subtitles under majority of the pieces and exhibits. We found none of the staff spoke English, which was a little challenging, but you manage. It was a very nice way to spend the day and...More
So much history in this accessible, lovely museum, loved the dinosaur exhibit. . Very family friendly.. gave so much information and history of this unique area of China.
It is a modern museum with a very good design both in and out. We attended the Titanic exhibition which was very interesting and interacting. The setting was quite professional. The main exhibition is free of charge while the special one is not.
Large space with abundant exhibits. A very good place for knowledge and peaceful walk. Nice architectural detailing and family friendly. Convenient access by APM line.Free entry and good surrounding. Buildings within the big complex are magnificent. The only thing we are not really happy is...More
I visited the museum with a friend for a morning. We spent over 2 hours in the museum and probably could have put in another hour or so if we had had time (which we wish we had had). Lots to see and learn, for...More
Get here early and be prepared to wait 30 minutes to snag a free ticket. Don't let the long ticket line scare you, it moves quickly. The museum is nice with a lot of interesting exhibits and plenty of English language signs. The dragon boat...More
Good those interested in Chinese pottery/crafts and history of early China. However little rest stations, minimal seats available for the public. Will get sore feet by the end.