Wuhan Revolution Museum
Wuhan Revolution Museum
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6 reviews
Very good

Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,749 contributions
Aug 2016 • Solo
Not too far a walk from the park that surrounds the Yellow Crane Tower, this museum sits alone in a huge esplanade that appears to be designed as a fountain, but alas, when I visited, the water was off. The museum itself is quite stunning. I wonder if the architect designed it as Ayres Rock. It certainly looks like it. It looms large over the vast open plaza. You have to get a ticket to enter from the booths on the plaza, before descending down the steep steps to the museum doors. They'll send you back if you don't have one, even though the ticket is free. You will need a pjhoto ID to get the ticket.

Once inside, the modern design of the exhibits really is stunning over four floors. It looks like the set of a James Bond villain's lair in many spots. There are also creepy life like effigies of those involved with the revolution.

It's well worth seeing just for the architecture and as it's free and well air conditioned, it's a great spot to visit in the Wuhan summer.
Written August 17, 2016
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