Luoyang Museum is located on the South Bank of Luohe River, north of the Sui and Tang City Heritage botanical garden. Although Luoyang Museum is a prefecture level city museum, its collection quantity and quality are comparable to many provincial-level museums. You can come here to fully experience the long history and culture of Luoyang ancient capital.
The museum is now open to the public free of charge. After receiving the tickets at the gate, you can enter the museum. The museum is composed of the main building and the auxiliary building. There is an electronic browser at the entrance of the first floor of the main building. It introduces some treasures of the town hall. You can browse them first to get a general idea.
There are two floors in the main building of the museum, the first floor is general exhibition, the second floor is fine exhibition of the museum, and the special palace culture exhibition of the museum is also located on the second floor. Although the first floor is general exhibition, the cultural relics of the exhibition will also be greatly praised by you. Luoyang, as an ancient capital of the thirteen dynasties, has a unique position, and there are many rare cultural relics in the collection. When you enter the main building for sightseeing, you can start from the basic display of Heluo civilization on the first floor, look back on the history of the civilization change of Luoyang’s Millennium ancient capital from here, and then go to the second floor for special exhibitions such as boutique exhibition and palace culture exhibition.
In Luoyang Museum, you can see the bronze wine ware of Xia Dynasty, which is known as “the first Baron of China”, and the bronze wine ware of the Warring States period, which is decorated with gold and silver. The bronze tripod is inlaid with gold and silver. It is decorated with gold and silver. It uses the techniques of gold and silver gilding, gold and silver inlaying. It is said that gold and silver inlaid are harmonious and gorgeous. It is also the “clay sculpture of human face” of the Northern Wei Dynasty. Although the Buddha statue was decorated with gold and silver because of For the fire, the original color painting was lost, but these did not affect her beauty at all. In the Tang Dynasty, the tricolor lights and tricolor horses were bright in color and unique in shape. The shape of the tricolor lights absorbed the connotation of Buddhist art. The tricolor horses followed the traditional constitution principle of “round, square and round” in modeling, reflecting the bold and upward style of the Tang Empire.
In addition to the local unearthed cultural relics, Luoyang Museum also accepts a number of treasures allocated by the Palace Museum, so you can also watch the collection from the Palace Museum here, such as the Nepalese style “gilded copper Guanyin”, the Buddha is more than 1 meter high, with a large body shape and a rare sitting posture; there is also the “silver gilded gold zongkaba statue”, which is cast, gilded, engraved and inlaid The craftsmanship is exquisite, and the material is precious gold and silver. It is the Buddha statue of the royal family in Qing Dynasty.
Sometimes the display position of museum collections will be adjusted, and the specific position can be consulted with the staff on site. Visitors can also rent an interpreter or hire an interpreter on the first floor of the museum.