Shaanxi History Museum
Shaanxi History Museum stands in the south of Xian city
and covers an area of about 70, 000 square meters. Built
in traditional Tang architectural style, the museum is
a much modernized national history museum in China.
The museum treasures more than 370,000 cultural relics,
all of which are unearthed in Shaanxi province, including
relics made of stone, bone, bronze, terra-cotta, china,
jade, gold, silver and also murals, seals, calligraphy
and paintings, etc. These relics can be traced back from
over 1 million years ago to the end of the Qing Dynasty
(1644-1911) and they reflect the history and people life
in many aspects from culture, art to science etc. Most
of the relics are rare old treasures in the world.
There are three exhibition halls in the museum, display
about 3,000 treasures in chronological order.
A special exhibition, Da Tang Yi Bao costs 20, covering the main three exhibition hall, and ensure you no-queuing for free tickets. Click for Details