Yesterday I wrote the preface of Life Travel, and today I will write the first article of Life Travel Museum. In fact, it's a pity to think about it. I went to many museums and took some pictures during my two years in Shanghai, but I didn't leave any words. Go, see, shoot, but without any deep thinking is also a regrettable thing. Who is to blame? Or blame myself for being too lazy, many personal matters can be delayed, dragged behind has a vague memory, or unwilling to write. Shanghai, a modern metropolis with a history of cultural integration, has the largest number of museums in China except Beijing. And some are very cold, and only those who have a strong interest in museums are willing to go. For example, China Tobacco Museum, China Public Security Museum, China Wushu Museum, Shanghai Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Prison Museum, etc. I've been to many museums before. On weekends, there are dozens of tourists in them. It's a pity. To return to the truth, today we are introducing the Shikumen Museum of Art. The Shanghai Shikumen Museum is an old house built in the 1920s, which has been preserved and renovated. The whole exhibition hall was built according to the model of one household in the Lane Unit in the 1920s. The main exhibition rooms are seven, namely, living room, study, elderly room, master room, daughter's room, son's room and stove shawl room. The story of a family in Shikumen runs through the whole visit. It not only shows the unique architectural culture of Shikumen in Shanghai, reproduces the living space and lifestyle of Shanghai people, but also introduces the concept and transformation process of Shanghai Xintiandi project.
There are introductory rooms (such as "pavilions") and schedules of Shanghai people's life in the 1920s and 1930s. When I watched Changhen Song before, I wanted to know what life was like at that time. This museum also makes the image of old Shanghai more full in people's mind.
Address: Luwan District Taicang Road 181 Lane Xintiandi North Li 25 ticket price: adult 20 yuan, children 10 yuan open time: all day open
A small scenic spot located in Xintiandi was rebuilt by an old house built in 1920s. It was full of the local customs. The exhibition hall was built in accordance with a household in 20s. It showcases eight rooms and recreates the living space and mode of Shanghai people. However, we must not touch anything. Every room has two-dimensional code with voice explaining. The eight rooms have a general impression on the life of that year. The traffic in Xintiandi is also very convenient. It is very suitable for foreign friends to grow and see.
Appreciating Shikumen's Thousands of Styles Yesterday, Shikumen Six Flowers and Heyi Art Exhibition, Shanghai Heyi Goddess's delicate Hezi, went up to the second floor of the room, using spring, summer, autumn and winter as the main line of creation, using a variety of fashion installations, emphasizing the beauty of four seasons and five senses is a modern interpretation of ancient skills, which is small, exquisite and exquisite Oriental aesthetic flavor, and exquisite craftsmart craft originated from infinite creative use of life. Collision Integrates Seasonal Seasons into Immersive Experience of the Beauty of Nature and Time Flow
In the course of Shanghai's development, Shikumen, a fast building of the time, was developed around 1860. She was originally built for Tuhao Township, which fled the war and entered the city. However, due to Tuhao's wealth and high building standards, it is no worse than today's townhouse.
It is said that the museum is actually a restoration of an old Shanghai Shikumen house, just like this one. In fact, although Shikumen is similar, it is still a little different. The museum opened near the famous new scenic spot. It was also opened by Xintiandi property. Many objects were indeed old objects. According to the management, they were all collected from all parts of Shanghai.
The place is not big, the ticket is 20, the tune of the Republic of China.