Hainan Museum, Haikou.

If you’d like to know more about Hainan, it’s unique culture, history and its people then step inside the Hainan Museum, Haikou for an unforgettable journey into Hainan’s past.

Hainan Museum

Hainan museum

The museum is open from 09:00 – 17:00 Tuesday to Sunday and closed on Monday’s. Tickets are free and only require a passport for entry. Audio guides are available in the following languages; Chinese, English, Japanese and Russian.

The museum covers an area of 40,000 square metres and houses around 20,000 items. Exhibits are well lit and nicely laid out.

There are four permanent exhibitions at the Museum; cultural relics, history of Hainan, minority nationalities in Hainan and intangible cultural heritage of Hainan.

Exhibitions.

Apart from the permanent exhibits, the museum holds regular temporary exhibitions and events each month. So it’s worth re-visiting for a fresh experience.

Modern Design.

The exhibits are innovative in design, using modern methods and technology to send you on a venture through prehistoric Hainan to the present day.

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A visit to the museum will leave you with a real sense of Hainan island’s vibrant history.

Hainan museum

Location.

The museum is located on Guoxing Avenue, across from the Nandu river and just down the road from Mova shopping plaza. 

Most cab drivers in the city will know where the museum is if you show them the address below. If you are feeling a little adventurous then try taking the bus. The bus stop is just outside the museum.

Address: 海南省博物馆68号国兴大道 Copy and paste this address into Baidu maps to find the Museum. Click here for MAPS.

Bus numbers: 12,27,43,51,52,56,67,68 

Also nearby.

Shopping in Haikou – Mova Shopping Mall.

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