"As an important cradle of the Chinese nation and Chinese culture, Shaanxi is a spiritual and natural identity of Chinese civilization, Chinese revolution and Chinese geography"-Xi Jinping, President of China
Shaanxi has seven first-class, 11 second-class and 18 third-class national museums
There are currently a total of 253 registered museums in Shaanxi…
A growing number of tourists have known China here!
On August 7, 2018, "Encounter across time and space -- Terra Cotta Pottery Exhibition Unearthed from Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and Han Yangling Mausoleum" was held in the exhibition hall of Emperor Qin Shihuang' Mausoleum Site Museum.More...
On July 19, a delegation led by UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay visited Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum (EQMSM).More...
Xian Museum covers an area of about 245 Mu and consists of three parts: the Museum District, Jianfu Temple Historical Park of Xiaoyan Pagoda of Tang, and Garden Resort. It is very special among domestic museums. It was officially opened in 18 May 2007 on “International Museum Day.”More...
Maoling Mausoleum Museum is located in Wu Lingyuan between Xianyang and Xingping in Shaanxi Province, about 40 kilometers away from Xi 'an.
Xianyang Museum, founded in 1962, the national secondary museum is located in the middle of Zhongshan Street.
Zhaoling Mausoleum Museum, the national key cultural relic protection unit, is located in Liquan County, Shaanxi Province. It’s a unique museum to display culture and history of the early Tang Dynasty.
Baoji Bronze Ware Museum is currently the only bronze-themed museum in China for collection, preservation, exhibition, and research of Chinese ancient bronze ware.
The museum is located inside “Dahua·1935” project zone. It is rebuilt on the basis of the architectural remains of the weaving workshops built by Dahua Cotton Mills in 1935.
It is a typical representative of the Chinese ancient ceramic culture tourism.
It is the first open migration eco-museum in China.
Tang West Market Museum is a theme museum to reappear the business culture in the flouring Tang Dynasty, Silk Road culture and historical culture in West Market.
Chengcheng County Museum, the largest county museum in Shaanxi, is a comprehensive museum with cultural history and folk customs.
Fule International Ceramic Art Museum is China's first ceramic art museum on the subject of modern ceramic art.
Zhang Qian Memorial Hall, key cultural relics protection units in Shaanxi Province, was built on the basis of Zhang Qian tomb.
The Qing Dynasty Examination Institution Museum is located in No.17 Donghuaiyuan Lane, Pucheng County, Weinan, Shaanxi. Founded in 1891 (Guangxu 17 years), it is the most well-preserved exanimation institution complex of the Qing Dynasty in China.
Yangjiagou Revolution Memorial Hall is located in Mizhi County, Yulin City, Shaanxi Province. It is a tourist destination that combines a revolutionary shrine and a Chinese historical and cultural village.
General Yang Hucheng Memorial is located in Kuiyuan Alley to the east of Pucheng County.
Central Shaanxi Folk Art Museum is located at the center of Zhongnanshan World Geological Park in Qinling Mountain and at the foot of South Wutaishan Mountain, the sacred land of Buddhism of both Sui and Tang Dynasties.
Shuilu Nunnery (Shuilu Nunnery Museum of Wall-Statue) is located at the foot of Wangshun Mountain in Puhua Town of Lantian County from the 42nd year of Ming Jiajing (1563 A.D.) to the first year of Ming Longqing (1567 A.D.).
Shaanxi Art Museum is currently one of the largest professional art museums in western China with a total construction area of 10,760 square meters and exhibition hall area of 7,600 square meters.
Shaanxi – Gansu Zhaojin Revolutionary Base Area Memorial Hall is located in Yaozhou District of the city of Tongchuan, Shaanxi Province.
Museum of Wuhou Memorial Temple in Mian County is an ancient architecture relic museum.
Cai Lun Paper Culture Museum is located in Longting Town, Yang County, Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province, which is next to the Cai Lun Tomb Temple (manor and graveyard of Cai Lun, the inventor of papermaking).