From the subway farmer's exhibition hall C entrance, walk about 1000 meters, brush ID card to enter, just opposite Hall 1 is the exhibition hall, open when there are exhibitions, usually closed, so you can start to visit from the left side of Hall 1, namely Hall 3, which introduces the development process and types of ancient agriculture in China, the exhibition hall is the style of the early days of the founding of the People's Republic, the room is large and spacious, independent. Since the visit is still a little scared, and there are many realistic wax figures inside. If you are timid, don't look closely at them. Walk backwards from Pavilion 3, which is Pavilion 4. It mainly tells about the development of modern agriculture. When you come out, you can go right through the small garden in the middle of the pavilion and reach Pavilion 890. It mainly introduces Chinese soil, pottery and traditional farm implements. The exhibition hall is small with fewer exhibits. Generally speaking, the museum has a large area and its overall style is still in the last century. It is more solemn. If you want to know about the development of agriculture in China, you may visit it.
Located in the agricultural exhibition venue, it was one of the top ten buildings in Beijing in that year. Museums are free to visit, almost all museums in Beijing are free to visit, very human. Hardware facilities are good, exhibits are abundant, especially Pavilion 2, exhibition way is novel, vivid image, let people linger and forget to return.
The National Fair of Agricultural Products is being held here. It has many products and broadens our horizons.
Just walk by and look at it. Everything else is normal.
The Chinese Agricultural Museum is composed of ten individual exhibition halls with national characteristics, as well as comprehensive buildings, collection storehouses, cultural products and other supporting facilities. Hall No. 1 is located on the main axis of the front of the library area. Hall No. 2 and No. 3 are arranged in one word on both sides of the north and south; Hall No. 4 and Hall No. 5, Hall No. 6 and Hall No. 7 are symmetrical; Hall No. 8, 9 and 10 are arranged in the form of " product " font. Behind Hall 1, 2 and 3, the three lakes are connected, with a surface area of 41,000 square meters. The pavilions are connected by corridors, square pavilions or colonnades. Various flowers, plants and trees are planted on both sides of the corridor. (1)
Originally, there are many exhibitions here all year round, but now there are few. They have to be touched. The most distinctive one can be called a large collection of annual goods. At that time, famous and special products of all provinces and cities will gather here.
The highest place in China's agriculture, want to eat, go to Agricultural University