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Hubei Provincial Museum

Hubei Provincial Museum

4.6/51,552 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:00, stop at 16:00, closed on Monday (Local time)
The Hubei Museum is composed of three antique buildings, including a comprehensive exhibition hall, a Chu Culture Hall, and a bell museum. The layout reflects the ancient Chu architectural concept of "One Hall" and "Multiple Stations". The Hubei Museum boasts four treasures: the Zeng Houyi Chime Bells unearthed in the Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng; the exquisite workmanship of the cold weapon era, the King of Yue's Sword of Goujian, the 1 million year-old Xunxian Man Skull Fossil, and the White and Blue Porcelain Plum Vase.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Wuhan

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Wuhan

4.5/51,051 Reviews
Wax Museum
10:00-20:30, admission stopped at 20:00. (Local time)
The Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Wuhan is located on Han Street in Chuhe and is home to wax figures of many well-known celebrities. Here visitors can see the elegantly dressed Sun Yan, as well as lifelike wax figurines of celebrities like Fan Bingbing, Wang Kai, Li Na, Yao Ming, and Barack Obama. You can get up close and personal with wax figures of the celebrities you grew up idolizing, and even take pictures with them.
Van Gogh Star Art Gallery

Van Gogh Star Art Gallery

4.7/5542 Reviews
Art Museum
9:00-18:00 (Local time)
Van Gogh Star Art Theme Gallery was constructed on September 28, 2017. It fully enabled high-tech technologies such as spatial visual illusion and special effects of light and shadow. It completely rendered the famous paintings originally presented in the plane into a touchable and playful style. Here they show real 4D scenes. Dreamtime tunnels, magical mirror mazes and other interactive products have appeared as well. The exclusive magic mirror maze is mysterious, completely subverting the existing art exhibition forms, adding music light show, making the overall atmosphere more dreamy for visitors to present a Wonderful magical space not seen before.
The Museum of Wuchang Uprising of 1911 Revolution

The Museum of Wuchang Uprising of 1911 Revolution

4.5/5499 Reviews
Memorial Hall
9:00-17:00, admission stopped at 16:00, closed on Monday (Local time)
The Museum of Wuchang Uprising of 1911 Revolution is a small buiding with red walls and a red roof. Locals call it "the red building". The building is a western-style two-story building made of bricks and wood. It hosts two themed exhibitions. One of the exhibitions is "Exhibition and Recreation of the Old Hubei-region Military Government", which restored the early periods of the Hubei-region Military Government. The main exhibition in the museum is the "The History of the Wuchang Uprising and Xinhai Revolution", which displays historical pictures of the Wuchang Uprising and Xinhai Revolution.
Wuhan Science and Technology Museum

Wuhan Science and Technology Museum

4.4/5149 Reviews
Science & Technology Museum
(Wednesday-Sunday) 9:00-16:30; (Monday-Tuesday) closed, announced separately during national holidays (Local time)
Located in the prosperous Hankou Yanjiang Avenue, the Wuhan Science and Technology Museum was transformed from the original Wuhan Passenger Transport Port and is a new landmark for Wuhan science education. The Science and Technology Museum is divided into three layers, which are divided into the “Natural Plate” universe, life and water exhibition hall; the “Creation Plate” light, information and transportation exhibition hall; another mathematics, children's exhibition hall, and joint units to create an outdoor “ship world” "Exhibition area. Here you can learn about the natural sciences in a comprehensive way through a variety of modern equipment and rich display and interaction. For the children, this is a good place for fun and education.
Wuhan Museum

Wuhan Museum

4.4/5315 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:00 (closed at 16:00, closed on Friday) (Local time)
The Wuhan Museum was officially opened to the public on October 1, 2001. It is a collection of 4A-level scenic spots in Wuhan. For example, the cross-holes of the animal face of the Shang Dynasty, the celestial mirror of the Eastern Han Dynasty, the "Zhu Xia Xia Tu" of Qiu Ying, and the "four love figure" plum bottle of the Yuan Dynasty. Here you can also learn about the developments in Wuhan for thousands of years.
Xinhai Revolution Museum

Xinhai Revolution Museum

4.6/5236 Reviews
Museum
(Tuesday-Sunday) 9:00-17:00, closed on Mondays (except statutory holidays and special circumstances) (Local time)
The 1911 Revolution Museum was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911 by Wuhan City. This museum is located on the southside of Shouyi Square and houses an exhibition which is divided into five parts. Each showcases historical relics, photographs depicting historical events, various artwork, and multimedia productions involving the Revolution of 1911. The five divisions showcase different historical periods: the late Qing Dynasty China, the Revolution, the Wuchang Uprising, the Republican, and the Xinhai 100 years. This exhibition is intended to educate and increase the understanding of local history, especially involving the time period of the 1911 Revolution, but also other periods as well.
Hankow Custom House Museum

Hankow Custom House Museum

4.7/5173 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:00; closed on Monday (except national holidays) (Local time)
Hankow Custom House Museum contains large amounts of Greek classical architecture and European Renaissance architecture. It was once a majestic building in Hankou. Today it is one of Wuhan's landmark buildings. The building was completed in 1924. Its establishment is a symbol of the opening of the era. It is a testimony of Hankou Kaiyuan and a monument to the vicissitudes of Wuhan. The building's unique architectural style is particularly eye-catching, elegant and elegant. The entire building is very beautiful. The big bell and the flying flag on the roof are all eye-catching as well.
Hanyangzao Art District

Hanyangzao Art District

4.5/594 Reviews
Art District
Open all day (Local time)
At the foot of the Guishan Mountain in Wuhan you will find the Hanyangzao Art District. On the west side of this you will find the Moon Lake. The Hanyangzao Art District also goes by another name, 824 Creative Factory. It has a lot of similarities with the “798” in Beijing. The art district has quite a few studios, art galleries and bookstores. It’s a great place to gather due to its unique size and style. If you’re a young artist that has a fascination with taking pictures, this place is a must for you. The Hanyangzao Art District was made up of abandoned factory workshops. It was included with the Zhangzhidong Hanyangzao Arsenal as well as the 824 factories while the Westernization Movement was taking place.
The Former Site of the Wuhan National Government

The Former Site of the Wuhan National Government

4.3/5108 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Located by the Liudu Bridge on the Zhongshan Road of Hankou, next to the People’s Park, the Nanyang Building is a historic building as the former site of the Wuhan National Government. From January 1st, 1927 to September 20th of the same year, it served as the office of the Wuhan National Government. It was in this building that the National Government made the decision to retrieve the British concessions in Hankou and Jiujiang. On the third floor of the memorial hall, one can view restored offices and the meeting venue of the third session of the Second Congress of the Nationalist Party. On the wall of the venue hang the photo of Sun Yat-sen and a plaque bearing the words of his will, by the sight of which one may savor the historical setting of the past.
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