On weekend afternoons, I used to play with my friends. After I bought the tickets, I queued at the door (the queue time was very short). The staff would go in and play with a group of people in sequence. Every batch has a commentator, along the story line, a ring-by-ring explanation, the explanation is very good, but also specifically tells us how to take pictures indoors to look good. In addition to experiencing the people, things and things of old Shanghai, the most magical place is the backwater curtain, which can be touched closely and experience magic. It's worth playing.
Funny old Shanghai charming foot children can also play games with many gadgets to buy, such as comic books and so on.
During the festival, the family members of the special zone used to experience the old Shanghai during the Republic of China, but they were somewhat disappointed. The ticket office let me go downstairs to the secret room to collect tickets. I couldn't explain clearly. I walked three times and didn't know where it was. Finally, I found out that it was with the secret room (another game theme hall in the underground). After entering with a tour group, the last performance "assassinating Zhang Xiaolin" was slightly brilliant, experiencing the dynamic movie through the future of Shanghai. The general feeling is sloppy. No discount will not go.
It's an interesting place to play. The service staff has a very good attitude. It's good to bring children to play.
I think it's funny and suitable for taking pictures. It's good for us to have a package show.
Very good place, full of old Shanghai flavor, is a good place for photography.
Outside the pavilion, beside the ancient road, the grass is green all over the sky; the wind at night whistles the willows and flutes, and the mountains outside the setting sun. The sixteen paving wharf, which once witnessed Shanghai's opening port, is now clothed in fantasy. Some people say that time Lane hall is free. Officials come out to clarify that what tourists really care about is the meaning of travel. When I went back to Shikumen Lane hall in the 1930s and listened to the dialogue between Master Hongyi and his disciples, I felt that the tickets were worth it.