Founded in 1958, Luoyang Museum is located on Sui Tang Cheng Road, north of Luopu Park and south of Sui and Tang Ruins Botanical Garden. With beautiful environment and convenient transportation, it is a cultural landmark of Luoyang City.
The original site is located in Luonan Guanlin, Luoyang City. It is one of the earliest museums established at the city level after the founding of New China. In 2008, it was named the first batch of national first-class museums.
The Luoyang Museum is a local comprehensive history museum in China. It is also a comprehensive museum integrating the functions of cultural relics collection, scientific research, exhibitions, social education and cultural exchanges.
The Luoyang Museum has a rich collection and many precious cultural relics. Its exterior architecture is also full of artistry. The shape of the museum building stands like bronze ware of ancient China.
The museum consists of the main building and the auxiliary building, and visitors mainly visit the exhibits in the main building. The main building has two floors, the first floor is a general exhibition, and the second floor is a museum exhibition. The museum has more than 400,000 cultural relics and more than 11,000 cultural relics on display.
The museum includes a basic display of the Heluo Civilization Exhibition, as well as six special exhibitions of the Treasure Museum, the Han and Tang Dynasty Terracotta Museum, Tang Sancai Museum, Stone Carving Museum, Painting and Calligraphy Museum, and Wangxiu Peony Art Museum.
To understand the city of Luoyang, you should start from the Luoyang Museum.