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I had a couple of hours between meetings and was in the area, so I popped in this museum not knowing what to expect other than some of the repatriated bronze fountain heads from the Old Summer Palace. It is located in an office building,...More
It is small and on the 9th floor of an office museum. The exhibit is mostly of "pots" but it is lovely to see such relics coupled with some lovely Buddhist statues. For most people only make the effort if you are in the area.
This is a treasure house of buddhist sculptures and bronze. From what I understand, most of the pieces have been derived from auctions. They represent the best of the genres. There are about a dozen buddhist sculptures, most of the Qingzhou style, the most appealing...More
This collection is quite small but nevertheless it is exceptional. The plan is well-laid out in a grid so that you can really see things well. The museum itself does not seem to have a lot of traffic and in Beijing this is a real...More
While the main draws for many are four of the looted zodiac heads from the Summer Palace, a dark symbol of Western imperialism in a China, the museum also has a well-curated collection of Bronze Age items.
The museum takes up a floor in a...More
Definitely worth a visit. We went on a Saturday, and since the museum is in a commercial building, parking was easy and the building was quiet. It is in the New Poly Building on the southwest corner of the East Second Ring Road and Dongsishitiao....More
Located on the 9th floor of the impressive Poly Plaza building, this museum is on the small side but has an outstanding collection of artefacts.
The ancient bronze art works are delightful. They range from the Shang Dynasty beginning 1600 BCE to the Tang era,...More
This is a small museum in Beijing but the museum contain a lot of Bronze and Stone China Ancient Sculpture. If you have time it take only an hour to visit and few people inside.
Admission fee is 20 RMB. Take subway Line 2 get...More
It's directly accessible from exit D of the Dongsi Shitiao metro station on line 2. Purchase your tickets from the concierges desk in main lobby. The museum is on the 9th floor of the New Poly Plaza. All items are beautifully arranged, behind glass with...More
My wife, our son, and his girlfriend (now fiancee) took the great, ultramodern Beijing subway to the Poly Plaza (get off at Chaoyangmen station on line 2 or line 6). This is a great, airy space bordered by equally ultramodern skyscrapers with innovative design. Enter...More