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It is worth a visit as you can see sooooo many different types of pianos. It is definitely educational for me, and someone interested in the arts. The pianos are very well maintained. You are allowed to take pictures so it is a plus.
The museum is located on Gulongyu Island, the museum is an interesting place to visit, but wouldn't go to the island just for the museum. Fortunately, there are many other things to see on Gulongyu Island
Xiamen, aka Amoy ( pronounced in local dialect) was one of the earlierst ports opened to westerners under 'unequal' treaties. Those who went overseas with enterprising and pioneering spirit made an impact upon China in terms of politics, economy, architecture and relgiion. Visitors to this...More
A piano museum!! Well 2 actually. Fascinating, different and historical. Add that to the the beautiful gardens right next to the ocean, the views from the hilly parts and you have a superb package.
They play music at regular intervals, piano music of course. Not...More