Guo State Museum is a theme museum, built on the burial ground of Guo Vassal State of Western Zhou Dynasty which is a national key cultural relics protection unit. The museum, covering an area of 100,000 square meters, is China’s Second-class museum and AAAA Grade tourist spot where tourists can enjoy the display of its cultural relics, tomb sites and views of landscape. The basic displays are classified into five parts, namely History of the Guo State, Treasures Unearthed from the Guo State, The Unearthed Relics of the Tomb of Liangji, The Horse-and-chariot Burial Pit, as well as The Relics of King Guoji’s Tombs.

The burial ground of Guo Vassal State is a well-preserved large cemetery of the Western Zhou and Eastern Zhou Dynasties with complete ranks and orderly arrangement in which, the two king tombs of Guoji and Guozhong were respectively listed in China’s Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries in 1990 and 1991. In April, 2001, the burial ground of Guo Vassal State was listed in China’s One Hundred Archaeological Discoveries in the 20the Century.

In its two king tombs were unearthed a number of national historical relics, such as the Iron Sword with Jade Handle known as China’s First Iron Sword, and the delicate Jade Mask. The unearthed jade-wares are rarely incomparable in the ......

Ticket Fare:

40 yuan/person

Group ticket:

20 yuan/person Tel: 0398--2955760
Address: six North Road, Sanmenxia City, Henan, China
tel:0398-2955760 2955688-8008