I wasn't planning to visit here, but ended up at the entrance after I visited the Sichuan museum and impulsively decided to go in. I am very glad I did; it is an interesting combination of gardens, history, poetry, and art. It inspired me to want to read more Chinese poetry (albeit in translation). Most exhibits had English signs; some signs were also in Japanese or Korean. The souvenirs for sale seemed of better quality than I had seen elsewhere. A lot of large Chinese tour groups visit the main cottage section; I was there late in the afternoon and was able to mostly avoid them. I was fortunate to be there on a beautiful day; however, umbrellas are available for loan if you get stuck in the rain.
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