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Given the scorched earth policy adapted by the Chinese government, and the destruction of many of Hunan’s historical artifacts, I was astonished by how many items were displayed in the museum. Many of the ceramics on display were buried and had to be excavated. Others...More
Spacious and modern. But only introduction panels for each room are in English. No English translations for the exhibits. Only Chinese. It is an important museum and there should be more English.
Plus too crowded.
I am sure all of you are wondering the date of reopenning to visit the very old and worldwide famous heritage which can be dated back to West Han dynasty(BC202-AD8), already more than thousand years ago. The one including Chinese and foreigner can visit on...More
As other reviewers have said, just go there to see the mummy, is an absolute must for anyone in Changsha or near there.
Everyone talks about Egyptian mummies, once you see this mummy and how well it is preserved it leaves the Egyptians for dead...More
Still closed, ongoing renovations, i guess it will be finished by years end. Also the mowangdui tomb are currently closed I'm not sure why.(burial site) a little bummed that both of these are closed, these were supposed to be the highlight of my changsha trip....More
Changsha is the great catch of hunan provincial state. If you are there do not forget to get with museum and also zoo to see panda. try to stay on gest houses near by train station about 200 rmb with ac and tv. backpackers can...More