Address: No.201 People's Avenue, Huangpu District, Shanghai
Shanghai Museum is located in the center of Shanghai - on the south of People's Square. Shanghai Museum is one of China's four famous museums include Beijing Museum, Nanjing Museum, Xi'an Museum, collections of bronzes from the town - Baoji and Henan, Hunan and other places bronzes, extensive collections, the quality of workmanship, reputation at home and abroad, a cultural community "half" of reputation.
Shanghai Museum displays a total area of 12,000 square meters, all the exhibits are divided into 12 museum professionals, namely Bronze Museum, Ceramic Museum, museum painting, calligraphy Museum, Sculpture Museum, Coin Museum, Jade, Furniture Museum, Museum of seals, minorities and Technology Museum , Mr. Hu Huichun donation porcelain showroom, Western Museum.
Shanghai Museum paintings dominated the Ming and Qing literati painting. Exhibits Tang Sun-bit "Manhattan map" Five Dong Yuan "Summer Mountains" Song Ju Ran "myriad pines map", Huizong "Liu crow WILD GEESE map" and other national treasures treasures, as well as the Southern Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing the famous original.
Sculpture Museum in addition to display some wood carvings, pottery, the stone statue in the main. Here are the Northern Wei, Northern Qi, Zhou and Tang sculptures, as well as a rare Southern rock carvings, statues and so on.
China has 3,000 years of history of the use of metal currency, the Shanghai Museum collection of Chinese coins relatively complete. Then not only a collection of ancient bronze cast-iron, the Warring States gold coins, also exhibited gold, cashless version of the Ming and Qing gold and silver currency, as well as the countries along the Silk Road gold, silver and currency.
China is a unified multi-ethnic country, the Shanghai Museum collection to the nation over the years a number of ethnic costumes and all kinds of crafts new museum dedicates a museum dedicates a museum to introduce various ethnic arts and crafts to a wide audience.
Transportation of Shanghai Museum
Pubilc Bus: take No.454, No.112, No.123, No.71, No.934, No.145, No.46 arrive at People's Square
Subway: take Subway Line 1, Subway Line 2, Subway Line 8 arrive at People's Square