Xianyang Museum is one of the famous museums which showcases come of the ancient and exquisite artefacts in China. The artefacts found in this museum are from Quin and Han Dynasty which are nearly 2300 years old.
The location and the museum building
Located in the heart of the Xiangyang city, the museum is a renovated Confucian temple which was constructed during the Ming dynasty. The old building still retains the look and the resemblance of an ancient culture and It houses some of the most valued artefacts of China. The museum is easily accessible and Xi’an hotels like the good renown Grand Park Xian are located very close if you are planning to visit here and looking for good a place to stay.
Most of the artefacts found here are from the 221 BC to 9 AD which includes a wide collection of bronze vessels and exquisite piece of art and literature and the magnificent Terracotta army. Some of these artefacts still retain their original colour and they give you a glance at how ancient warriors liked like 2000 years ago
The Museum as mentioned earlier has artefacts from two of the great empires of ancient China the Quin and Han empires. The Quin Empire being ruled a fierce and ruthless emperor only lasted for fifteen years while the Han dynasty was said to be prosperous and it extended for over 200 years. Artefacts from both empires through which you can travel back in time can be witnessed here. And you’ll definitely appreciate the marvellous and ancient culture of China when you visit here.
How can you visit here?
The Take Bus No. 59 to Xianyang from Xian. In Xian, you can travel on Bus No. 19, Bus No. 24, or Bus No. 7 to the Bo Wu Guan Bus Stop; you can also take a taxi which will be an easy alternative with less confusion.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe.