The basic displays showcase the long history of China and Nantong textiles, as well as the demonstration and participation of past hand-made textile dyeing production. The rebuilt cottages, pavilions, gates, ancient streets, archways and bell towers are the main landscape of the museum. In addition to the textile machinery, products and documents of the past, there are also a series of textile machinery introduced at the end of the 19th century.
Nantong Textile Museum is the first textile museum in Nantong, Jiangsu Province. Nantong is a famous hometown of Tubu 100 years ago, and is also one of the bases of modern national cotton textile industry and the birthplace of textile technology education. The museum was opened in October 1985.
Nantong Textile Museum was built by Nantong Municipal People's Government in 1980 and opened in October 1985. It is the first Chinese textile specialty of science and technology history museum. It is located on the banks of the beautiful Huaihe River and across the river from the ancient tower of Wenfeng. The whole museum covers an area of 20,000 square meters, with a building area of 7,000 square meters. The exhibition hall covers an area of about 4,000 square meters. The collection of more than 10,000 cultural relics is inherited from Zhang Wei's creation of Nantong Museum. The museum is designed by the famous architect Mr. Deng Linhan. In the 1980s, it was named as one of the "Nantong Shi Da Dao Jing Architecture" and was selected as "20th Century Chinese Architecture".
Great historical culture, great location, best choice for textile history and culture
The pictures and video materials and valuable cultural relics in Nantong Textile Museum reflect the development of the textile industry from ancient times to the present.
The scenery is ok, interesting and good value for money.
There are many special museums in Nantong, you can go shopping on weekends.
The views are good, fun and the price/performance ratio is ok