Foshan Zumiao Museum Tours – China, Guangdong Province, Foshan
Foshan Zumiao Museum
About this place
Foshan Zumiao Museum Located at No. 21 Zumiao Road, Chancheng District, it covers an area of 30,200 square meters. It is a national key cultural relics protection unit, a national AAAA-level tourist attraction, a Guangdong patriotism education base, a Guangdong provincial cultural heritage base, and ten civilized tourism in Guangdong. One of the demonstration spots in the scenic spot. The Ancestral Temple Museum is a folk museum that houses the ancient architecture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties and the traditional culture of Foshan. The area includes the ancient temple complex, the Confucius Temple, the Huang Feihong Memorial Hall, and Ye Wentang. The temple was dedicated to the Taoist Zhenwu Xuantian God. It was built in the Northern Song Dynasty Yuanfeng Period (1078-1085) and is a national key cultural relic protection unit. The Confucius Temple was built in the Qing Dynasty (1911), and it was the first place in the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China. It is a cultural relics protection unit in Foshan City; Huang Feihong Memorial Hall and Ye Wentang were built in 2001 to commemorate Foshan-born famous martial artists Huang Feihong and Ye Wen. The cultural relics in the Ancestral Temple Museum are mainly Taoist and Foshan local folk relics. The basic display of our museum fully displays folk culture such as Taoist culture, martial arts culture and Foshan folk art. It holds the far-reaching folk culture activities such as the Spring Festival blessing, the "March 3rd" Northern Emperor's Birthday, the township drinking ceremony, and the Spring and Autumn Festival. The museum also held a long-term exhibition of folk art culture such as "Confucius School Children's Opening Ceremony", "Huang Feihong Lion Dance Performance", "Cantonese Performance".
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