In fact, the Chinese government has forbidden the display of several of these artefacts abroad. Most of the exhibits on display are quite interesting and visitors should keep an eye out for the Sword of Goujian and the items recovered from the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng. The provincial museum is divided into three parts. The first part is the Chime Bell Exhibition Hall which contains the ‘Crane of the Standing Antler’, an intricate bronze vessel, as well as ancient weapons and writing implements. However, the most important item here is the bronze Chime Bells. The bell is covered in intricate Chinese characters describing its original owner. One can hear the bells in action at the Musical Hall which is a part of the Chime Bell Exhibition Hall.
The Chu Period Culture Exhibition Hall is the next segment. Highlighting Chu culture, the hall displays wooden and bamboo artefacts, silk products and bronze vessels from that period. The Sword of Goujian is found here. The third part, the Comprehensive Exhibition Building, is still under construction. Visitors interested in taking souvenirs can visit the antique shop that is located here.
Wuhan is the capital of the Hubei province and is found in Central China. While it may not be a popular tourist destination yet, all that may change in the near future as more and more foreigners travel deeper into the heart of China. The city is an excellent holiday choice for those looking for something different and is open to adventure. One can easily find luxury accommodation in Wuhan. The Citadines Zhuankou Wuhan is a popular choice when it comes to Wuhan accommodation.