The experience was amazing, there is so much history. Ancient artifacts and the scenery was very good.
The Suzhou Silk Museum is the first professional museum of silk in China. It is now a state-level museum. It is located in the scenic area of Beishouta, Suzhou, and is open to the public free of charge. Museum shows the history and works of ancient, modern and modern silk development. There are many museums on Renmin Road, which can be seen all the way.
Metro to Beishita Station or bus to Pingmen Station can get off. Museum visitors are very few. Hardware facilities, collections and landscapes in the museum are all of the quality of 5A scenic spots. This museum was created by Qian Xiaoping, a senior embroidery teacher. The contents of the exhibition are very rich. It is recommended to play for more than 2 hours. The Pavilion covers a large area. There are also Su's gardens, pools and Koi carps. Although it's very busy near Beishi Pagoda, it's quiet here.
The Suzhou Silk Museum is very close to where we live. On the opposite side of the Beishi Pagoda, Subo went to the Silk Museum without an appointment. The result was very surprising. There were not many visitors, but the exhibits were vivid and three-dimensional. It was easy to understand. There were real people weaving silk. We recommend that you take your children to visit.
Suzhou Silk Museum, Gate 5, Beishita Metro Station. No. 2001 Renmin Road. The vertical and horizontal sculptures at the entrance of the gate are particularly striking, symbolizing both weaving and beautiful atmosphere. In accordance with the age, from Neolithic to modern times, the museum presents the ancient and modern fabric civilization of China to the visitors through exhibits. It's amazing!
It's hard to say that if you want to buy silk goods, you can come here for a while. If you want to play purely, you can come and see the excitement.
The two ancients looked terrible and called her Silk Reeling Car O ~