Luoyang Museum

Entrance Fee Free
Opening Hours 09:00 – 16:30;
Close on Monday (except during Peony Culture Festival and holidays.)

Luoyang Museum, situated in the heart of downtown Luoyang, serves as a testament to the city’s storied history and rich cultural heritage. Throughout the centuries, Luoyang has stood as a prominent Chinese cultural center, serving as the capital of numerous ancient dynasties, including the Xia (2100 -1600 B.C.) and the Eastern Zhou (770 – 256 B.C.). Its zenith during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) solidified its status as one of the wealthiest cities of its time.

In 2009, to accommodate its extensive collection of relics and artifacts, the museum underwent expansion and relocation to its current site, south of Niewan Village in Anle Town. Adjacent to the Sui (581 – 618) and Tang (618 – 907) Dynasty Ruins Botanical Garden, the museum provides visitors with a comprehensive glimpse into the region’s illustrious past.

Among the museum’s vast array of cultural relics, several standout exhibits offer insight into Luoyang’s rich history and cultural significance. These artifacts serve as invaluable windows into the city’s past, shedding light on its role as a hub of ancient Chinese civilization. Whether exploring ancient pottery, intricate artwork, or remnants of past dynasties, visitors to the Luoyang Museum are treated to a captivating journey through time, immersing themselves in the fascinating history of this historic city.

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