National Museum of China receives 1,000 individual visitors per day

15:04, March 17, 2011      

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Related officials from the National Museum of China said the museum has received 3,000 visitors per day, including 2,000 visitors in groups and 1,000 individual visitors, starting from March 17.

Group visitors can book tickets by telephone two days in advance and get the tickets with their letter of introduction. Individual visitors can buy tickets with their valid personal identification at the ticket office until the quota of visitors is full.

Visitors are now able to visit the basic display of the "Revival Road" exhibition in the National Museum of China, but the new open area is still limited to the northern area of the exhibition.

Visitors are required to have their bags checked when entering the museum. Afterwards, they also need to go through another security check by staff with hand-held security instruments. Lighters and drinking water are not permitted in the museum, but visitors can temporarily store them at the entrance.

For the convenience of visitors, the National Museum of China also provides wheelchairs and baby carriages that can be used freely by visitors after paying a deposit at the information desk at the entrance.

By People's Daily Online

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