Famous Museums in Wuhan

The museums in Wuhan give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Wuhan with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Wuhan. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Wuhan.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Wuhan.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Wuhan:

  1. Hubei Provincial Museum

    Museum, Specialty Museum

    One of the most famous museum in China, the Hubei Provincial Museum boasts over 200,000 exhibits. It has a vast array of collections such as pottery, porcelains, jade, bronze vessels, ancient weapons and musical instruments. About 812 of those cultural relics are listed first class and 16 of them are considered as national treasures. The museum comprises of 3 sections namely: Chime bells Exhib...Read more
  2. Wuchang Uprising Memorial

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    Wuchang Uprising Memorial

    Museum, History Museum, Landmark, Educational Site

    One of the most important places in the history of Chinese revolution. It is here the first shots were fired by Dr. Sun Yat Sen that ignited a spark. The Memorial has multiple sites to see which include Sun Yat Sen’s statue, the martyr park, the halls which include historic documents and newspaper clippings from those times. The building itself was once the Hubei Military Government Build...Read more
  3. Zhongshan Warship Museum

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    Zhongshan Warship Museum

    Museum, Exhibition , Specialty Museum

    Built in 1913 Zhongshan warship had serviced and fought a lot of battles before she was sunk in the second sino Japanese war in 1938. Later towards the end of 20th century efforts were made to salvage the remains of the ship and she was removed from the Yangtze River in 1997. Todat the ship, fully restored, stands tall in its own museum in Jinkou. You are allowed on the deck of the ship and are...Read more
  4. Alive Museum

    Museum, Entertainment, Exhibition

    A museum with an apt name where every exhibit comes alive. With branches mainly in Korea China, turkey, Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore Alive museums are one of the best places for 4D illusions. It almost feels like you are stepping into a photograph. There many such optical illusions where you can take a picture. A perfect place to have fun with your family and friends, keep that camera charged.
  5. Wuhan Art Museum

    Art Museum, Museum, Exhibition , Specialty Shop

    Step in to have a vista of wonderful Chinese oil paintings in the Wuhan Art museum. The building looks more like a financial institution which it was during WWII when it was occupied by the Japanese. Three floors of beautiful paintings that focus mostly on the Chinese way of life, birds, farming, construction. There are a volunteers who provide detailed explanation on the use of colours and how...Read more
  6. Wuhan Sex Museum

    Museum, Exhibition , Specialty Museum

    Being one of the taboos in ancient times, it is rare to find sexual artefacts from that period namely during Wei dynasty (368-534 A.D). But here they are, housed in Wuhan Dalin museum. Exhibits include antiques about sex culture, including coins used in brothels, naked wooden figurines and porcelain pots. There are about 700 culture objects in display in the museum. 
  7. Wuhan Museum

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