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  • Flowers Bloom at Yanghu Wetland Park

    [2020.04.11]

    The photo, taken on April 8, shows tourists enjoy flowers at the Yanghu National Wetland Park in Xiangjiang New Area of Hunan Province. Recently, as the temperature continues to rise, 100 mu (about 6.7 ha) of Phlox subulata (Creeping Phlox) are in full bloom at the park.

  • Li Zijian Art Museum Reopens

    [2020.04.08]

    On April 7, citizens visited the Li Zijian Art Museum, which resumed opening to the public on the same day. Visitors can make real-name online appointments before visiting. Group appointments are not accepted for the time being. The daily reception volume of visitors should not exceed 1,000. Visitors are required to wear masks throughout the tour. It is recommended that the visit duration be controlled within 2 hours.

  • Changsha Ranked Among Top Ten Most Popular Tourism Cities

    [2020.04.07]

    On April 6,the Changsha Municipal Bureau of Culture, Tourism, Radio and Television announced that about 800,000 trips by tourists were made in Changsha during the brief Qingming Festival holiday in 2020, restored to 70% in the same period last year and more than 28% higher than the provincial average.

  • Hunan Geological Museum to Reopen April 1

    [2020.03.31]

    The Hunan Geological Museum announced that the museum will reopen on April 1. In order to do a good job in epidemic prevention and control, the museum will only accept online ticket reservation through the museum’s official WeChat account and on-site ticket application after scanning a code to complete real-name authentication.

  • Several Cultural Venues in Furong District Reopen

    [2020.03.25]

    The Longping Rice Museum, Hunan Peaceful Liberation History Museum, and Furong District Cultural Center in Furong District, Changsha reopen to the public starting March 25, according to the district government. The Furong District Library resumed operation on March 23, and other cultural venues in the district will be reopened to the public gradually.

  • Hunan Museum Reopens Starting March 24

    [2020.03.25]

    The Hunan Museum reopens to the public starting March 24, 2020. During the epidemic, the Hunan Museum only accepts online real-name reservation, with a daily quota of 2,000 visitors. You can make an appointment three days in advance (including the visiting day) by logging into the Hunan Museum official website, APP, and WeChat account.