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Suizhou Museum Introduction
Suizhou Museum, located at the west bank of Shui Jueshui River, adjoining the site of remains of the Tomb of Marquis Yi of the Zeng State on the west, is a local comprehensive museum integrating cultural relics collection, scientific research, publicity, education, archaeology and chime performance. The museum now has 4238 pieces (sets) of cultural relics, characterized by bronzes of the Zeng State (Sui) and the E (è) State of the Shang and Zhou dynasties, honored as “the bronze kingdom” by experts. The Chime of Marquis Yi of the Zeng State, the Rectangular Wine Vessel of Marquis E (è), the 36 bells of the Warring States period, and others are the most precious treasure of the museum. Suizhou Museum is a “second level museum” in China.
Suizhou Museum occupies an area of 118 mu (almost 80,000 square meters), with a floor area of 20,000 square meters and a display area of 8,000 square meters. It has one main hall and four auxiliary halls. The Kingdom of Hangdong (Suizhou) is a permanent display. There is also one chime performance hall and two temporary exhibition halls.
Opening hours: 9：00-16：00
Closed on Monday (except national holidays)
Service facilities: Parking Lot, Waiting Room, Visitor Cinema, Shop of Antique / Leisure / Cultural Creative Goods, Chime Performance, Tour Guide Service, Multifunctional Academic Lecture Hall, Conference Hall, Public Telephone, LED Electronic Display, Goods Storage, Barrier Free Visit Service Facilities, etc.
Traffic: Toll Highway in Suizhou: Suizhou-Yueyang Highway, Hankou-Shiyan Highway, and Macheng-Zhuxi Highway; Take bus line #4, #6, #310 and #313 and get off at Museum Square Stop