Suzhou Silk Museum

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  • Address: 2001 Renmin Rd, Ping Jiang Qu, Suzhou Shi, Jiangsu Sheng, China, 215001
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  • Phone: +865-1267535943
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids
Tickets From $124.99

Wearing silk is very classy and elegant. But ever wondered if there could be a museum which has documented the history of silk production and Suzhou embroidery since 2000 BC? Well,this is the place where you will get to see a massive display showcasing old looms with demonstrations, explanation of sericulture and beautiful samples of ancient silk patterns. You will get to see live silkworms, eating mulberry leaves and spinning cocoons. Not only this, the paintings made in silk are extremely beautiful. In the first part of the museum you will get lots of information about this graceful fabric and in the next half you can even go buying the stuff if you wish.

How to Reach Suzhou Silk Museum

  • Bus 1,5,8,101,102,602,3,4 to stop-Beisita

  • Suzhou Silk Museum Address: 2001 Renmin Rd, Ping Jiang Qu, Suzhou Shi, Jiangsu Sheng, China, 215001
  • Suzhou Silk Museum Contact Number: +865-1267535943
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  • 2.19% of people who visit Suzhou include Suzhou Silk Museum in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Suzhou Silk Museum visit around 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Suzhou Silk Museum

Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Suzhou Silk Museum

People normally also visit Suzhou Museum while planning their trip to Suzhou Silk Museum.

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Suzhou Silk Museum Reviews & Ratings

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  • Very old Silk factory, currently a famous tourism spot. Excellent Display of Silk used by kings used since more than 10 decades.

  • One of the stops on our China tour itinerary. First we had 20 minutes presentation about what are the uses and products of silk. Then walked to next building, first floor is a silk museum showing the process of making silk products and display of silk clothing & beddings. 2nd floor is the retail store for selling all kind of silk merchandise. Majority customers are tourists. Price..... a little bit overpriced compared to local shops. 3rd floor, a Chinese restaurant.

  • Interesting and free! It's not very big and most of the exhibits focus on the type of cloth and patterns popular in each dynasty. I was hoping to see more about the process itself and how it is made, especially in the modern era. But that was just a small portion and nothing showing current methods. Well, there are English subtitles everywhere and it is free, so no complaints.

  • As for me, it was very interesting. Good museum.

  • A great museum for a quick look around.

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