The Museum of Stele Inscriptions in Suzhou is situated in Sanyuan Fangfuxue Temple on People's Road, Suzhou. It is located east and west of Canglang Pavilion, the oldest existing garden in Suzhou. It is a national key cultural relic protection unit and is open to the outside world free of charge. People's Road is being repaired, and the main entrance of the museum is being renovated, so it's easy to miss it. Inside the hall, rubbings of Suzhou stele inscriptions are displayed, which can be divided into four categories: figures, history, historic sites and calligraphy. It reflects the long history of Suzhou. It's interesting to see.
Ticket-free, a very good cultural site. There are many stone tablets built by successive governments in Suzhou since the founding of the city, as well as the authentic works of people such as Wen Xuming, and there are also Confucian temples and antique markets nearby.
The Suzhou Museum of Stele Inscriptions is located in the Confucian Temple in the center of the city, which is also on the road opposite the Canglangting Pavilion. It is a free scenic spot to visit both. The Confucian Temple in Suzhou is the largest one in the south of the Yangtze River besides Nanjing. It is very large and worth visiting. The contents of the stele inscriptions are also rich in the south of the Yangtze River.
This place is quite worth visiting. Originally intended to stay in the summer, recently Suzhou is really hot and dizzy. When I came in, I thought it was right. It's a great museum. Its collection is very rich and interesting. It's also free to visit. It's a pity that not many people know about it. Many people promote it.
The Inscription Museum is the Confucius Temple. It has a large area, and there are Confucius statues in it. The four inscriptions are the most worth visiting. They are of great historical value and are also the key cultural relics of the whole country. However, the museum closed last year and the reopening time remains to be determined.
The Suzhou Museum of Stele Inscriptions is located in the Suzhou Temple of Confucius. There are many ancient ginkgo trees in it. In late autumn, the autumn meaning is very strong. Stele inscriptions are rich in resources and are a good place to learn Chinese culture. Especially rare is that there are no tickets here...
Inside the Taimiao Temple, the neat stone tablets are magnificent, as well as the Lanting Preface inscribed by Mifu.