Xinjiang Museum travel guide

No matter which city you visit, you must make sure to explore the local cultural heritage sites! In Xinjiang, the most worth-visit museums have been arranged for you.

The local largest institution for the collection and preservation of cultural relics and specimens is famous for housing the earliest excavated mummies of Loulan Beauties. Other famous mummies in its collection include General Zhang Xiong, the only named general in the history of Xinjiang, and two kneeling mummies from the Zaghunluk Tomb.
The Silk Road culture is a valuable heritage of humanity, leaving behind a large number of precious historical relics along Xinjiang. The museum is located next to the Erdaobashi Bazaar and is divided into a comprehensive hall, an ethnic hall, a grassland art hall, and a jade culture hall, showcasing classic artworks that reflect the Silk Road culture.
The exhibition at the Urumqi Museum fully reflects the local characteristics and cultural features of Urumqi, with a focus on the history of the city and its cultural landscape.
Enter the Xinjiang Geological and Mineral Museum, like opening the treasure trove of Xinjiang's geological mineral resources, allowing people to touch the pulse of the earth, listen to the story of the land, and appreciate the beauty of nature. The museum showcases various rare gemstones in their original ore form, many of which are precious treasures.
The first provincial-level Hotan Jade museum approved and registered by the Chinese government, with tens of thousands of collections. It is the only historical and cultural display center for Hotan Jade in Xinjiang and a precious creative design base with business coverage worldwide.

Xinjiang University Minjie Folk Museum

The Xinjiang Folk Culture Museum is a national 4A-level scenic spot, one of the top ten attractions in Urumqi, and also a window for people to get to know Xinjiang and promote Xinjiang.