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Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

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No.100 Renmin Main Street, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200003, China
People’s Square
+86 21 6372 2077
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Reviewed yesterday

Did not have time to get to the Shanghai Museum and went here instead. A whole building devoted to the evolution of Shanghai. Who would have thought that there is a grand plan? Maybe other cities do it too BUT without the display and exhibition...More

Thank Paul J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a very interesting exhibition about the history of Shanghai and the model over the city was amazing!

Thank Linda W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The exhibition hall was better than I thought the name implied. It was cool to see the grand model of Shanghai in miniature. I was told it is the largest model in the world. There are a few cool time-lapse movies that review past/present and...More

Thank Al R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were taken by our guide to this museum instead of Shanghai museum. It talks about the city's evelution. However it was no need to take foreign tourist to this one to avoid crowds

Thank traveller1234blog
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I've visited the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall years ago and on this most recent visit (June 2018), there were few updated exhibits. The giant 3D model of the city, which is the main attraction, needs a desperate remodel (no pun intended). Fortunately I was...More

1  Thank Barry L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were told about this attraction in a taxi on our way to our hotel and thought we should check it out - we were not disappointed - this place was amazing, especiallu the floor devoted to a scale model of Shanghai! What a feat...More

1  Thank Bradley G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This exhibit has not been updated in a while so although it is really cool it is not the newest version of the city because it has not changed in the 6 years that I have lived in the city and the city has changed...More

Thank SpicyGena
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our guide took us here first upon arrival in Shanghai and it was perfect for gaining an overview as to where we were and what we would see and how much of the city, including all of Pudong out to the airport, was built in...More

Thank tourist22903
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It measures almost 7000 square feet and is an accurate representation of the entire city! Every city in the world should commission an exhibit like but at a cost of almost $4 Million US one can understand why it is not the case we don’t...More

Thank Aldo B
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We spent a couple of hours here and could have spent more. Great knowledge of the past present and future plans for Shanghai to be gained from a visit. Nice cool building to visit during the heat of the day!

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Iyal A
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Response from Suet910 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for delay, venue is ok
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Response from Reslimpan | Reviewed this property |
I think you have the wrong museum down for your question!