Jilin Museum

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Jilin Museum

Jilin Museum is a provincial comprehensive museum located at Changchun's north Guangfu road, where the Puppet Manchurian Palace used to sit. It was established in Jilin in the summer of 1951 and opened to the public in February the following year. The museum then moved to the current location in Changchun in 1954 and is a subsidiary of Jilin’s provincial cultural department. It was built on the previous provincial museum and a contemporary history museum and has integrated history and art to showcase the long history of the Chinese nation. It's a national-level museum.

The museum is home to more than 100,000 items from ancient and modern times. It features Chinese painting and calligraphy as well as a collection of cultural relics from ancient ethnic groups living in the northeastern borderland, such as Koguryo and Manchu. The museum is well regarded among domestic museums.


Address: No. 3188,Renmin St, Changchun, Jilin province

Ticket: Free

Opening hours: 9:00-16:00(No entry after 15:30)

Closed day: Monday