China National Silk Museum

Description

Renowned as the world’s largest Silk Museum, the China National Silk Museum was founded in February 1992. Positioned in East China's Zhejiang Province, the museum is dedicated to the long and prestigious heritage of Silk making in China. The Silk culture of China dates back to more than 5000 years. The China National Silk Museum which is the first silk specialized museum in the country boasts a total exhibition space of 50,000 square meters. Situated at the foot of Lianhua Peak of Yuhuang Mountain, this enchanting museum features a total of eight exhibition halls that include the Relics Hall, Silkworm Hall, Prelude Hall, Folk Custom Hall, Silk Manufacturing Hall, Achievements Hall, Weaving Hall, and Dying Hall.

Location

73 YuHuangShan Road
Huzhou Shi Zhejiang Sheng
China

30.225126, 120.14650830285

China National Silk Museum

73 YuHuangShan Road
Huzhou Shi
Zhejiang Sheng,
China

Resource Types
Art Media