City Sees More Museums Reopening

Authors: Go Chengdu

2020-03-23

An increasing number of museums in Chengdu are reopening to the public as the COVID-19 pandemic has been brought under effective control.
The Chengdu Museum reopened at 10 am on March 17, after having been closed for almost two months due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. And its two temporary exhibitions, which showcase Buddhist statutes and prints of western art masters respectively, have attracted a lot of visitors, who are required to wear masks and keep more than 1.5 meters from others when queueing up and viewing the exhibits.
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Visitors in Chengdu Museum
Up to now, the Sichuan Museum, Du Fu's Thatched Cottage Museum, Wuhou Shrine Museum, Chengdu Jinsha Site Museum and Chengdu Culture Center have resumed their regular services. While the Sichuan Culture Center will be reopened on March 24.
According to officials from the Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, currently, 56 museums in Sichuan are open, and 28 in Chengdu are open or to be reopen soon.

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