Shanghai Museum of Chinese Musical Instruments

Location:No. 400 Lianming Road, Qibao Town, Minhang District, Shanghai



The Museum of Chinese Musical Instruments is in Xinzhuang in the southwest corner of Shanghai. It is a museum of Chinese musical instruments with the most abundant exhibits, the largest scale and the most distinctive features in China. The museum was initiated by Shanghai No.1 National Musical Instruments Factory in 1981 and formally opened in Oct. 1986. Its name was inscribed by famous calligrapher Han Tianheng. Lv Ji, former chairman of Chinese Musicians' Association, and a dozen famous calligraphers and painters, including Ren Zheng, Zhao Lengyue and Qiao Mu, inscribed poems or drew paintings for the museum. The current museum curator is Wang Maozu. The display space is over 200㎡. There are four series of exhibits.



Zip Code





Line 9 Zhongchun Road Station



Business hours

Tuesday: 9:00-15:00 (Please make an appointment one day in advance.)

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