In this museum one can find a treasure trove of relics and a true surprise in terms of scope. Considered one of northeast China's largest museums, it harbors more than 3,000 items of historical awe. The main attraction is the pair of massive skeletons of two dinosaurs spread out across the first floor. Visitors can also enjoy classic Chinese paintings, pottery, porcelain, copper-ware and even embroidery, many of which date to ancient times. Small, polished oracle bones etched with inscriptions are its most prized items. Oracle bones are believed to be the earliest form of written Chinese language.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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