Established in 1927, the Yiwu Museum is amongst some of the oldest museums in China and reflects the unique culture and traditions of Yiwu city. The museum occupies an area of nearly 9000 square metres and is divided into three main areas - the exhibiting room, the store room and the office. Yiwu Museum houses over 2500 relics and artefacts from the past such as calligraphy and painting articles, wood and bone fossils and articles of china, bronze, steel, gold and silver. Numerous items on display date back to the New Stone Age and to Ming and Qing dynasties, showcasing the rich history of the area. The museum is a prominent attraction as well as a landmark in Yiwu and is a must-visit for travellers who are interested in getting to know more about the history and ancient traditions of Yiwu city.
A small fee may be applicable
Open daily (except on Mondays) from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The relics of Yiwu history
Prayer room facilities at Yiwu Museum will be unavailable, but it is possible to enquire for a private area that can be made use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques near Yiwu Museum such as the Yiwu Mosque, which is the main mosque of Yiwu and a prominent landmark in the city.
Muslim travellers may find access to Halal food near Yiwu Museum at some of the Halal restaurants in the area. Some of the Halal restaurants in Yiwu near Yiwu Museum include a number of halal food outlets and restaurants such as the Tajmahal (Eiman) Restaurant, Madina Muslim Restaurant and the Ward Restaurant.