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Special Exhibition on Ceramics Excavated in Hunan Area

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The photo, taken on September 28, 2021, shows a visitor taking photos of an exhibit during an exhibition of ceramics excavated in Hunan at the Changsha Museum. (Photo/Xu Xing and Long Wenyang, Hunan Daily)

The exhibition, entitled “Epitome of Iconic Ceramics--A Special Exhibition on Ceramics Excavated in Hunan Area” opened that day, and will run until January 3, 2022. It is open to the public free of charge.

Instructions:

Exhibition: Epitome of Iconic Ceramics--A Special Exhibition on Ceramics Excavated in Hunan Area

Duration: September 28, 2021 to January 3, 2022

Venue: Special Exhibition Hall 1, Changsha Museum

Admission: free of charge

Visitors can follow the WeChat official account of Changsha Museum (cssbwg) or log on its official website to make a reservation.  

Tel: 0731-82892350; 0731-82892360

Address: Inside the Binjiang Cultural Park, Xinhe Delta, Kaifu District, Changsha

How to get there:

Take Changsha Metro Line 1, and get off at the Beichen Delta Station [北辰三角洲站]


Opening hours: 

Tuesday to Sunday; 9:00—17:00 (last ticket collection at 16:00; last entry at 16:30) 

Closed on Mondays except national statutory holidays. 

Closed on Chinese New Year's eve, first day and second day

Note: The museum remains open during the National Day holiday, which lasts from October 1 to 7.

Tips:

1. During the epidemic, the museum only accepts individual visits. 

2. The museum adopts real-name registration and reservations to control the flow of visitors in an orderly and effective way. Visitors are requested to fill in authentic and valid information when making a reservation. Visitors can only make a reservation once on the same day with the same valid certificate. A reservation QR code will be generated after successful reservation. Visitors need to have their reservation information verified by showing their reservation QR codes or identity cards.

3. Before entering the museum, visitors must wear a mask, and cooperate with reservation information verification, temperature measurement (no more than 37.2℃), and health QR code and travel history code checks.

The photo, taken on September 28, 2021, shows visitors visiting an exhibition of ceramics excavated in Hunan at the Changsha Museum. (Photo/Xu Xing and Long Wenyang, Hunan Daily)

The photo, taken on September 28, 2021, shows visitors visiting an exhibition of ceramics excavated in Hunan at the Changsha Museum. (Photo/Xu Xing and Long Wenyang, Hunan Daily)

The photo, taken on September 28, 2021, shows visitors visiting an exhibition of ceramics excavated in Hunan at the Changsha Museum. (Photo/Xu Xing and Long Wenyang, Hunan Daily)

The photo, taken on September 28, 2021, shows visitors visiting an exhibition of ceramics excavated in Hunan at the Changsha Museum. (Photo/Xu Xing and Long Wenyang, Hunan Daily)

The photo, taken on September 28, 2021, shows visitors visiting an exhibition of ceramics excavated in Hunan at the Changsha Museum. (Photo/Xu Xing and Long Wenyang, Hunan Daily)

Source: en.changsha.gov.cn