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China National Silk Museum

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Yuhuangshan Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou 310002, China
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Reviewed 21 May 2018

If you would like to buy some silk products then this is quite a nice place to go and see. Lots of options from clothes to home furnishing and stuff.

Thank PushExplore
Reviewed 17 May 2018

I came to see the buildings' architecture as much as the interior displays. I was not disappointed and the place is a tribute to the importance of silk in Chinese history. The museum is World Heritage listed and is one of the largest textile and...More

Thank fitzfloyd
Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile

Intriguing history of how silk became such a core part of China! And how silk is actually harvested from silkworms. Didn’t take our guide too long to get us there. We spent between 1-2 hours there. Photography is allowed in the exhibits. Amazing silk gown...More

Thank amyztravelz
Reviewed 11 May 2018

The Silk Museum, located on the south bank of the West Lake, is the largest museum in the world to devote its attention to the famous silk cloth. The museum opened to the general public in 1992 and since 2004 it has been free. In...More

Thank Yair1515
Reviewed 2 April 2018

The entrance of the Mudeum is free and its very good to go there by bus. The Museum is displayed in Chinese and English, so you learn about the history of silk and the loom. There is also a exibition about new Chinese Design.

Thank Mario12345
Reviewed 8 February 2018

Gerry The Tour Guide, took me around the Silk Museum, where I learned a lot about the history of silk and how its produced. I could not leave Hangzhou without a visit, as a fashion desinger, I had to. This place is worth visiting if...More

Thank Nikiwe E
Reviewed 1 February 2018

The building is beautiful and quiet, and we learned so much about the production and trade of silk in China. The garments on the second floor were exquisite.

Thank Katherine D
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

The museum has a great collection of ancient silk artefacts and is a great place to learn about how silk is made, the impact of silk on Chinese culture and economy as well a great collection of silk wares. Definitely worth a visit if you’re...More

Thank Wiccaoflight
Reviewed 26 December 2017

We visited the China National Silk Museum and got a great eduction on silk. It was uncrowded and the exhibits were interesting and mostly in English. The museum covers 3 floors in one building and then there are 2 more buildings that cover silk worm...More

Thank Lawrence S
Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

It is a very well-appointed museum I have seen, they have radio translating to English. I appreciated that I have more knowledge about Silk clothes history of China (rich culture), the process of making raw silk material and even getting to know about the silkworm....More

Thank Kai T
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