Jino Museum is exact replica of traditional dwellings in Jinghong area, Yunnan province. The building was built by local craftsmen according to the national customs and traditional construction technology. Building materials were shipped from local. The building work was started in 1999 and the museum was open to the public in 2001.
Jino Museum consists of traditional dwellings, which include grand wooden house, elevated cereal barn, elevated fire wood barn, tree twig fences and mountain terrace for corn growing. Planning of the museum is designed in the style of Jino family living on the Jino Hill. Crops and vegetation are arranged according to the local climate. The museum covers a ground area of 1,000 square meters and the building area is 250 square meters.
The indoor and outdoor displays of Jino Museum are live settings of traditional production and lifestyle of Jino people. The exhibits are collected from Jinghong area in Yunnan province. The time span of the items dated from Qing Dynasty (1616-1911) to modern times, about two hundred years of history.
Location of Jino Museum: North Park