Shajiabang, located on the Bank of Yangcheng Lake, was a guerrilla base in the enemy rear led by the Communist Party of China during the Anti-Japanese War. The New Fourth Army and the local anti-Japanese armed forces bravely fought against the Japanese aggressors and the enemy-puppet reactionary forces with the support of the people and shocked the enemy's courage. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, Shanghai Opera "Ludang Fire" and Beijing Opera "Shajiabang" were successively recited throughout the country. In order to celebrate the great achievements of the New Fourth Army in adhering to the East Road War of Resistance Against Japan and carrying out revolutionary traditional education, the museum was founded in 1988. After rebuilding, the enlarged edition became more stale. The Pavilion is located on the west side of the Pilgrimage Square. The existing library has an area of 1300 square meters, 700 square meters of exhibition, more than 600 photos and more than 50 revolutionary cultural relics. With abundant layout and detailed historical materials, the new Fourth Army's heroic achievements in Yangcheng Lake area and the new features of Shajiabang today are reproduced in five ways. At the same time, modern multimedia scenic boxes, scene restoration, granite relief and other means are used to display, which makes the exhibition dynamic and static, plane and three-dimensional, art and science combined, and enhances the educational effect. The museum is one of the most representative memorials of the New Fourth Army in southern Jiangsu. Since its opening, it has received more than 500,000 visitors and has been listed as the moral education base of provincial schools and the patriotic education base of Suzhou.
Free, it's next to Shajiabang Scenic Area. From the scenic area, you can see that the commentators are too expensive, 80 people, the group is more cost-effective. It's a little expensive to have fewer people, but without the commentators, you can't watch carefully enough. ~Fortunately, they have a two-dimensional code, after scanning, you can listen to part of the explanation.
The scenery is good. There are many retro decorations, as well as Ah Qing's sister-in-law. The deepest impression is the reed marsh. Have fun.
I visited Shajiabang on Friday in early winter and learned about its history and its important role in the revolutionary struggle. In order to keep the 36 wounded and sick in the New Fourth Army, the local people made contributions to protect the people's children and soldiers with their wisdom and blood.
Free. It's very educational to see how the people of Shajiabang in history fought against their enemies skillfully.
Shajiabang Historical Memorial Museum has many valuable items left behind by heroes during the anti-Japanese war, such as crooked guns, knives, red muskets and other weapons, photographs of revolutionary martyrs and the things left behind by martyrs, repaired and repaired clothes, only a pair of glasses, a diary with martyr stories on the cover, which is really meaningful.
There is a history museum in Shajiabang. It contains memorials of the guerrillas, weapons and daily necessities of the Japanese devils during the war of resistance against Japan, as well as the captured Japanese Army knives and the spirit of how to fight bravely against the enemy without fear of sacrifice.
Winter reeds are windy and cold, and the boats in Shajiabang fluctuate gently back and forth, but now they are not carrying the sick and wounded. The background of the park keeps coming "this woman is unusual." If you want to recall the "Zhiduo" of the era of the revolution, you might as well visit it. Tickets are 80 yuan, the first half of 60 years old, and a cup of tea is 20-30 yuan.