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Q: What are the good museumes to visit in Tianjin?

8 years 27 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Tianjin

 
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The museum of science and technology and the museum and the natural history museum are quite nice

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If you’re only going to go to one, check out the Tianjin Museum (31 Youyi Jie, Hexi District). It is a combo museum incl. the Tianjin Art Museum and the Museum of History. You can see a collection of 150,000 historical relics and explore it’s six halls… Calligraphy Hall Historical Hall, Classical Hall, Porcelain Hall, Ink Stone Hall, and the Painting Hall.

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