Jining Museum of Han Dynasty Culture
Jining Museum of Han Dynasty Culture is located in Rencheng district, Jining, East China's Shandong province. [Photo: jnnews.tv]
Jining Museum of Han Dynasty Culture is located in Rencheng district, Jining, East China's Shandong province. It is the first non-State-owned museum of Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220) culture in China and has a rich collection of stone sculptures made during this period.
Han Garden, a cultural park built around the museum, now boasts three other museums, which are Cheng Fengzi Art Museum, the Museum of Scales, and the Museum of Seals, as well as eight institutions that feature traditional Chinese culture, such as Confucianism, porcelain, and boccaro ware.
Equipped with facilities for meetings, dining, and a number of activities, the park is a multifunctional venue to exhibit relics, do research, design cultural products, as well as travel around, said Gao Chengfeng, director of Han Garden. Gao added that it has also cooperated with over 20 domestic art institutes and more than a hundred artists to complete the cultural industry chain in the park.
The garden is open to the public for free and has received over 20,000 visits since its opening in August 2020. It has held more than 20 cultural activities, some of which are at the provincial level, to provide better cultural experiences for visitors.