Former Site of the Wuchang Uprising Military Government, The museum commemorates the Wuchang Uprising of the 1911 Revolution

Wuchang Uprising Memorial Hall, located in Wuchang District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province
Very characteristic of the Republican era architecture.
Nearby Yellow Crane Tower and Yangtze River Bridge
A very ordinary museum.
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Introduction

A small red brick building with red tiles called "The Red House" by the locals is the starting place of the Xinhai Revolution. This two-story brick and wood Western-style building completely imitates the parliament building of the modern capitalist countries in the West. The North Square was once the consulting bureau of Hubei Province in the late Qing Dynasty, and now it is a memorial hall for the Wuchang Uprising of the Xinhai Revolution. The South Square is a square newly built for the centenary of the Xinhai Revolution with a red triangular building standing on it, inside which is the Xinhai Revolution Museum.
Address
Wuchang Uprising Memorial Hall, located in Wuchang District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province
Opening hours
09:00-17:00; last entry time: 16:00 (Tuesday-Sunday, January 1-December 31); closed on Mondays (January 1-December 31). Note: The above information is for reference only, please refer to the actual disclosure of the scenic spot on the day of the visit.
Transportation
Take bus routes 401, 413, 554, 561, and other buses to Yuebaichang Station on Wuchang Road, and it is within walking distance.