Museums & Monuments
Waima Wharf Silk Exhibition Hall
Silk exhibition hall and shopping area. Silk museum, shopping center and restaurants. Covers 6,000 square meters. Silk embroidery, carpets, rugs, quilts, and garments. No. 1029 Zhongshan South Road. Located in Huangpu District.
Shanghai Arts and Crafts Museum
Exhibits include folk art, carvings and embroidery work. Open daily 09:00-17:00. 79 Fenyang Road.
Dajing Ge Pavilion
Museum and ancient temple. Remains of walls of Old City of Shanghai. Listed as cultural relic. No. 239 Dajing Road. Located in Huangpu District.
Museum of Oriental Musical Instruments
Features more than 400 instruments from ancient China, modern China and other countries. 20 Fenyang Road.
Navy Shanghai Museum
Features 4 exhibition halls on the history of China’s coastal defense, the history of China’s territorial sea, marine equipment and marine-related artwork. 68 Tanghou Road, Wusong.
Zendai Contemporary Art Space
Established by Zendai Group in 2005, it is a privately-funded, non-profit art institute focusing on art exhibition, education, collection, research and academic exchanges. Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 to 18:00. Building 101, No.1436,Jungong Road.
Huang Daopo Memorial Hall
Exhibits on Huang Dapo’s life and contributions to China’s textile industry, as well as displays on the development of the textile industry. Open daily 9:00-16:00. Dongwan Village, Huajing Town.
Shanghai Astronomy Museum
Displays include astronomical instruments, telescope pictures, and important figures in the history of Chinese astronomical research. Open daily 08:15-16:30. Western Sheshan Hill in Songjiang District.
Shanghai Entomological Museum
Features displays of more than one million insect specimens. Open 09:00-17:00. 300 Fenglin Road.
Shanghai History Museum
Features displays on the origins of ancient Shanghai, depictions of the urban city, Shanghainese folk customs and related topics. 1 Century Avenue, Pudong.
Shanghai Animation and Comics Museum
Features displays on the history and production of animation. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00–17:00. 69 Zhangjiang Road.
The Museum of Natural Sciences
Features more than 3000 rare animal specimens from dinosaurs to mammals. Open daily 9:00-17:00. 260 Yanan Road (E).
C.Y. Tung Maritime Museum
Features maps, photographs, and other Chinese maritime artifacts. Open Tuesday to Sunday,13:30-17:00. 1954 Huashan Road.
Shanghai Museum of Public Security
Artifacts showing the history of the Shanghai Public Security department since 1854, as well as exhibits on prisons and firefighting. Open Monday to Saturday, 09:00-16:00. 518 South Ruijin Road.
Shanghai Insect Museum
Collects more than one million specimen of insects all over the country, suitable for "young parents" takeing their children to visit. Opening all year 09:00 to 16:30. No.300 Fenglin Road.
Jewish Refugee Museum
Jewish museum. Former synagogue. Exhibits on Judaism and two permanent exhibits of area where Jewish refugees stayed in Shanghai. Open 09:00-16:00. No. 62 Changyang Lu near Zhoushan Lu. Located in Hongkou District.
Exhibition Hall of Shanghai Aerospace
Exhibits on missile, spacecraft, satellite and launch vehicles, including demonstrations of Shen Zhou’s spaceship launch and missile firing. 222 Caoxi Road.
Hand-printed Blue Nankeen Exhibition Hall
Features displays of hand-woven and hand-printed fabric with patterns resembling those of blue glazed porcelain of the Song Dynasty. Open daily 09:00-17:00. No.24, Lane 637, Changle Road.
Shanghai Geological Museum
Exhibits include a variety of mineral crystals and a fossil tree from Xinjiang. Open 08:30-17:00. 1 Huazhou Road.
Shanghai Postal Museum
Objects on display include a duplication of a horse-drawn carriage used in 1909, a truck model used in 1917, and historical postage stamps. Open 09:00-16:00 every Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. 250 North Suzhou Road.
Shanghai Railway Museum
Features exhibits on the history and impact of railways in Shanghai. Open 09:00-16:00 on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 200 Tianmu Road.
Zendai Zhujiajiao Art Museum
Established by Zendai Group in 2005, it is a privately-funded, non-profit art institute focusing on art exhibition, education, collection, research and academic exchanges. No.222, The North Street, Qingpu District.