Adjacent to the famous Fuxi Temple, it is the largest comprehensive museum in the local area. It has a simple and beautiful appearance, numerous exhibition rooms, and rich collections. Most of them are precious cultural relics unearthed in Tianshui, with high historical and cultural value.
It should be noted that his two doorways are not very connected. You can enter the Fuxi Temple for free through the museum. Now it seems that you can still enter the Fuxi Temple after 4 o'clock, and it is not possible before 4 o'clock. The cultural relics are also relatively rich. There are many ceramics. They are all pretty good, and there are many things from the Tang Dynasty.
The Tianshui Museum is free to enter, you only need to register your ID card. The history of Tianshui is quite long, and humans have been inhabited in ancient times, so the time span of the museum here is really quite wide, you can see many ancient artifacts, and of course the Chinese culture here.
After seeing the Gansu Provincial Museum and the Pingliang New Museum, I went back to the Tianshui Museum. In fact, I was a little disappointed, because it is similar to the other two museums, and there are not too many highlights. The highlight may be the grottoes and Fuxi culture.