Located on the outskirts of Hangzhou, Liangzhu Museum, established in 1994, dedicates itself to displaying the ‘Liangzhu Culture’, an influential school of ancient Chinese culture that prevailed at the lower reaches of the Yangtze River in the late Neolithic Period around 4,000 to 5,300 years ago. Set against rustic surroundings this museum harmoniously blends itself into its surroundings and with a number of rich collections has often been compared to a ‘treasure trove’. More>>

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Liangzhu museum mainly serves as a testament to the fact that China has a history and civilization of at least 5000 years and with a number of innovative and technological displays, the museum actively aids the way for visitors to watch, touch, play and learn all about one of China’s magnificent ancient cultures. The museum has three exhibition halls, namely, ‘Discovery’, ‘Liangzhu Ancient City’ and ‘Liangzhu Civilization’ with one section in the first hall serving as an introduction and one in the third hall as the exit.