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北京七大奇葩博物馆(双语)

Beijing has 170 museums, second only to London in its number of museums in the world. Various museums of the capital provide a window to not only the country’s profound history, culture and civilization, but also some of the little known but very interesting facts.

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  You will be amazed to discover the world’s only Eunuch Museum at a humble location on the west end of subway Line 1, and find out there are more such unique museums, featuring watermelon, tap water, bee and even goldfish。

  1.The Eunuch Culture Museum

  When China’s last eunuch, Sun Yaoting, passed away in 1996 at the age of 93, a unique group of people from China’s feudal dynasties finally disappeared. The Eunuch Culture Museum is the world’s only eunuch museum and its primary function is to keep records of the lives of eunuchs。

  2.Daxing Watermelon Museum

  Daxing Watermelon Museum is located inside the Watermelon Research Institute and among Beijing’s major watermelon plantations in Daxing. Visitor will learn about the cultivation of different types of watermelons, along with comics, statues and paintings featuring the capital’s favorite summer fruit。

  3.Beijing Tap Water Museum

  Located on the original site of the Beijing City Water Supply Company, the Beijing Tap Water Museum offers a place for people to learn about Beijing’s water history in the past 90 years and see how water is purified. The museum also serves to spread the message of water conservation to its visitors。

  4.Beijing Police Museum

  Beijing Police Museum showcases the collection of police tools and weapons from the Han Dynasty (202 BC-220 AD) to the present. You will also see crime-scene photos of violent crimes committed in the past, old-fashioned torture devices and more。

  5.The Red Star Erguotou Museum



  The Red Star Erguotou Museum is located in a factory that’s still used to produce Erguotou – a famous Beijing brand of throat-burning, strong liquor. In the museum, you will be introduced to Erguotou’s brewing process and extensive history and even have the chance to sample a bit。

  6. China Honey Bee Museum

  Located on the west side of the Botanical Garden, the China Honey Bee Museum pays homage to these tiny and hardworking pollinators. The exhibition features around 600 bee specimens and bee fossils. It is a good place for anyone with the slightest interest in bees to find out how honey is produced。

  7.China Goldfish Museum

  The museum is the first one of its kind in China to showcase the history and scientific knowledge of goldfish. In the museum, visitors will see different types of goldfishes and understand the origin and the morphological changes among them。


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