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All reviews three gorges free admission four floors gift shop audio guide southwest china worth a visit dam project english explanations yangtze river chinese history beautiful building on display two hours people's square assembly hall exhibits
As part of our day tour Lily took us to this museum. Lily was a wonderful guide who was self taught English skills. Her ability to relate as her parents and her are from the area along the river which is now gone. Her stories...More
Closed on the Monday we visited. Fantastic spot for looking around outside though. There is plenty see in the neighbouring square and sitting on the steps gives you a great vantage point to view the assembly hall.
A rather large building houses the Three Gorges Museum just off of People's Square, and admission is free. Our interest was strictly on the Three Gorges, so we skipped the exhibits that had nothing to do with the Three Gorges. The Ba-Yu people exhibits was...More
We didnt book optional tour but walked to museum. Great pics along the way and the museum was pretty good with a great collection of history and pieces to see.. Off boat at 0800 but museum doesn’t open till 0900 had to be back on...More
The museum does not only display the Three Gorges environmental history but also respects to cultural heritage the region of the Yangtze River. There are four main displays:
Three Gorges, Ancient Ba-Yu – early history of Chongqing, the Anti-Japanese War and displays of painting and...More
We're flying into Chongqing from SFO and planning to spend 5 days there, dividing up our time between seeing things inside the city and day trips outside the city (we plan to hire a car/driver for the day trips). From Chongqing we're going to take the bullet train to Chengdu. How does this sound: Day 1 - Thurs. Mar 22 Louhan Temple Ride Cable Cars for city views (on both sides of the city if possible) Jiefang Bei (the Liberation Monument Pedestrian Street) Three Gorges Museum 18...More