The new exhibition hall of the provincial museum opened to the public on 8th June, and showcased several rare pieces of art free of charge, attracting more than 1,300 visitors in the morning.
During the pilot run, only one floor was open to the public, including three large halls, with different highlights - a wall painting dating back 1600 years, porcelain and stone carving.
During the pilot run, a maximum of 2,000 visitors will be admitted every day. The museum is open from 9 am to 5 pm from Tuesday to Friday. Members of the public can book tickets on the museum’s official website or call (0311) 86049534.
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