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Liaoning Province Museum, Shenyang
(3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
The Liaoning Provincial Museum is a prominent museum of history and fine arts located in Shenyang, the capital of China's Liaoning province.HistoryThe institution was founded as the Northeast Museum by the Northeast People's Government and opened on July 7, 1949. It was renamed the "Liaoning Provincial Museum" in 1959. In July 2003, it moved to a new, specially-designed building on the east side of Government Square (市府广场) in Shenyang.CollectionsThe permanent collections include: the Dawn of Chinese Culture Gallery: archaeological exhibits related to the Hongshan and Xinle cultures the Northern Shang and Zhou Period Gallery: bronze tools and weapons the Bei Shan Tang Tablet Gallery: Chinese steles the Ancient Chinese Currency and Coins Gallery the Art Work Exhibition of the Ming and Qing Dynasties Gallery, including Prosperous Suzhou the Chinese Post-Unification Gallery: tomb relicsVisitThe museum is open from 9  to 5 , except on Mondays. The museum is closed to the public on Mondays and during the public holiday for Chinese New Year. Entry is free.
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  • Provincial level museum with interesting exhibits but updates and relocation are still in progress. Difficult to get to, outside of downtown. 
  • Over the last year this museum has moved from a downtown location to a site on the southern end of the city. The best of collections have been moved to the new locations, but the others are still in t...  more »
  • Massive new museum relocated to the new administrative center in the Southern Suburbs. Best way to get there is subway to Exhibition Center then light rail and walk about 500m. Only the first floor is...  more »