The National Museum of China offers a comprehensive tour into China's rich and colourful past.

National Museum of China Rewrites Past
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For a survey of Chinese history, head to the National Museum of China. Positioned on the eastern edge of Tiananmen Square, the exhibits in this museum neatly outline the nation's past for visitors, both native and foreign.

After a massive renovation, the facility reopened in the spring of 2011 with updated displays and an interior facelift. Among the many treasures, you'll find entire rooms dedicated to jade, porcelain, and bronze artifacts.

The museum welcomes visitors between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day except for Monday, but the last ticket is sold at 3:30 p.m. Admission is free; however, you will need your passport in order to enter through the West Gate ticket office.

 

 

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