The Guilin Museum is a prominent landmark and attraction in Guilin and is frequently visited by tourists and travellers throughout the year. The museum houses over 20,000 artefacts and relics that reflect the growth and development of the city of Guilin over the years. The artefacts comprise ancient relics as well as relics on folk customs as well as revolution ranging from the Stone Age to the Qing Dynasty. Some of the highlights of the museum include the Qinghua plum blossom vase of the Ming Jingjiang Seigniorial, whichis a special type of china with a narrow mouth and wide shoulders. The museum itself is located a few kilometres away from the downtown and is also in the vicinity of several other attractions such as the Nanxishan Hill Park, Longji Terraced Fields and Changgang Village.
Tickets cost around ¥20 per person
08:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Qinghua plum blossom vase
Designated prayer facilities at Guilin Museum may not be available but it is possible to enquire for a private area to make use of during prayer times. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques in Guilin such as the Guilin Maping Mosque, Guilin Chongshan Street Mosque, Guilin Xixiang Mosque and the Guilin Ancient Mosque - which is the main mosque in Guilin.
Muslim travellers may find Halal food near Guilin Museum at some of the Halal restaurants in Guilin. Some of the most prominent Halal restaurants in Guilin include the Endian Halal Restaurant, Islamic Hotel Restaurant, The Muslim Restaurant and Kali Mirch Indian Restaurant and serve an enticing range of Halal cuisine. It is also possible to opt for vegetarian cuisine at some of the local restaurants in the area, but it is highly recommended that you enquire about how food is prepared prior to dining.