Bayingolin Museum

Bayingolin Mongolian Autonomous Prefecture Museum is a local comprehensive museum which was established in March 1990. In September 2018, the Chinese Museum Association decided to agree to the Bayingolin Mongolian Autonomous Prefecture Museum as a national secondary museum.
The building of the museum  is a common building with brick-concrete structure which has a total of six floors with a total area of about 680 square meters.  Among of them, it has four  floors to be exhibitions  of which the exhibition hall area is about 340 square meters.

The exhibition is divided into four exhibition halls. The first exhibition hall is the Chabugou Mouth culture including the ancient tombs of Chabuhugou in Hejing County and the excavation of the ancient tombs of the Bunker tombs in Luntai County. The main exhibitions are painted pottery and bronzes; the second and third exhibition halls are pre-Qin In the Qing Dynasty, the collection of unearthed cultural relics related to local history in the order of the ages mainly consisted of stoneware, bronzes, ironware, pottery, gold and silverware, bone horns, jade, coins, engraved stone, instruments, loach, wool, The fourth exhibition hall is the exhibition of the ancient corpse of Zhahongluk in Qiemo County. It displays three ancient corpses for more than 3,000 years and the wool fabrics unearthed from the tombs. A total of more than 600 pieces of cultural relics were displayed, reflecting the living customs and production conditions of ancient ancestors living in the autonomous prefecture, especially the most local cultural characteristics of painted pottery and wool fabrics.

Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture Museum is an important window reflecting the political, economic, historical and cultural development of the region,  and it is one of the important cultural facilities of  Bayingolin.

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Add: downtown Korla City, Bayingolin Prefecture, Xinjiang
Opening Houes:10:00-17:00 (closed on Monday)
Entrance Fee: CNY 0

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