Maonan Museum

Maonan museum is exact replica of traditional dwellings in Huanjiang area of Guangxi Zhuang Autnomous Region. The building components were made local by craftsmen according to the living customs and traditions of Maonan. The building materials were shipped to Beijing for final assembly. The museum was founded in 1999 and open to the public in September 2001.

Maonan Museum consists of buildings on stilts with gray tiles and bricks, courtyard embankment and Huanjiang style wood bridge. They constitute a mountain village environment. The crops are cultivated According to local climate. The museum covers a ground area of 1,180 square meters with a construction area of 449 square meters. The courtyard has ground area of 95.1 square meters.

The indoor and outdoor exhibits of Maonan Museum are live setting of traditional production and lifestyle of Maonan people. All the exhibits are collected from Huanjiang area in Guangxi Zhuang Autnomous Region. The time span of the collection dated from to the Qing Dynasty (1616-1911) to modern times, about two hundred years of history.

Location of Maonan Museum: South Park

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