Chinese Knife, Scissors and Sword Museum is established beside Chinese Umbrella Museum. Two museums share the same entrance hall. Entering the main hall, and turn right, visitors can reach Chinese Knife, Scissors and Sword Museum, which covers a total area of 2,460 square meters.
Chinese Knife, Scissors and Sword Museum professionally exhibits a unique culture of Chinese traditional weapons and daily tools. It has two floors. The ground floor exhibits scissors and knives, and the second floor shows a variety of knives and swords. The most interesting part in this museum belongs to the interaction zone, where visitors can touch and use these weapons personally. In this museum, the oldest knife is the bronze-made one made in Chinese Warring-State Period(475-221), and the most mysterious knife is Damascus Steel-Made Knife. Traditional scissors workshops here are also highlights.