Changshu Museum is located next to the tombs of sage Zhong Yong and Yanzi at the foot of Yushan Mountain in Gucheng District, Changshu City, Jiangsu Province. Under the jurisdiction of Changshu Guqin Art Museum, Wang Shigu Memorial Hall, Qingquan Temple Exhibition Hall. It covers an area of more than 6,000 square meters, with a total construction area of 9,100 square meters. The museum consists of eight exhibition halls, cultural relics warehouses, office buildings and auxiliary rooms. It was officially opened to the public on September 28, 1997, and was awarded the National Class II Museum in 2009. The Changshu Museum now has more than 16,000 pieces (groups) of various cultural relics ranging from the Songze and Liangzhu culture to the New Democratic Revolution period, including paintings, calligraphy, ceramics, and jade. The existing national first-class cultural relics There are 21 items and 261 second-level cultural relics. The number and level of collections are among the best in museums of the same level in the country. 155 pieces of calligraphy and calligraphy in the collection are included in the "Catalog of Ancient Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy". Cultural relics such as Liangzhu cultural jade, Six Dynasties celadon and Ming Dynasty official kiln porcelain have been selected for several consecutive "Chinese Cultural Relics Exhibition" and are included in the catalog. From May 1, 2008, the Changshu Museum was the first to open freely in the Suzhou area. It was later announced by the Propaganda Department of the Jiangsu Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Provincial Department of Finance, the Provincial Department of Culture, and the Provincial Bureau of Cultural Relics as the free opening of 174 museums and memorials in the province. One of the key units. In 2010, it was rated as a national secondary museum by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.
Changshu Museum, the richness of Jiangnan, the deep sedimentation of humanities, Changshu is well-deserved national historical and cultural city, there are still many places that have the taste of the old Jiangnan, and the current administration is very strict.
Living in the city center of Jinjiang Hotel is such a good, whether want to go to the attractions, Fangta Garden, Zengzhao Garden, Lushan Yanzi Tomb is within walking distance. There is also the Changshu Museum, which does not need to make an appointment, does not need to buy tickets, just across the road, walk in and see, small Changshu, out of so many famous people! A city business card is its unique museum, this place is very good!
Worth the museum, lots of boutiques! Amazing
New Year's Day a group of us came to Changshu Museum to visit, this museum is small, the area is not big, should be considered as the museum of the city. There are not many visitors to visit inside, we feel at ease to visit, the jade museum inside the collection is still very beautiful.