Wuhou Shrine Museum

Authors: Go Chengdu


Wuhou Shrine Museum is a landmark in Wuhou District, which is also home to numerous institutions of higher education and research institutes, including Sichuan University and Chengdu Branch of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Wuhou Shrine (Temple of Marquis Wu) is the most influential museum of the Three Kingdom culture in China. It was built in the Western Jin period (265 - 316) in honor of Zhuge Liang, the famous military and political strategist who was Prime Minister of the Shu-Han State during the Three Kingdoms period (220 - 280).
The Shrine highlights the Zhuge Liang Memorial Hall and the Mausoleum of Liu Bei, along with statues of other officials and generals of Shu-Han State and cultural relics like stone inscriptions and tablets.
Address: #231 Wuhou Shrine Street, Wuhou District (next door to Jinli Street)
Opening hours: 07:30-21:00 in summer; 08:00-18:00 in winter
Ticket price: 60 yuan (multilingual service is available but additional fees will be charged)

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