Jingdezhen Ceramic Folk-Custom Museum locates in the Panlongshan in the western suburb of Jingdezhen City. The original name is Ceramic History Museum. It was built in 1980 and opened to the public in 1984. Nowadays Jingdezhen Ceramic Folk-Custom Museum is a professional ceramic museum covering an area of about 83 hectares. Now it is principle part of the Jingdezhen Ancient Kiln and Folk-Custom Expo Area.
The museum has a rich collection of over 5,000 items. The items on display include ceramics from past dynasties, historical information about ceramics, precious collections of paintings and calligraphies, among which many are of excellent quality.
Apart from the wide variety of the articles on display, the beautiful antique architecture of the museum also attracts a lot of tourists. The antique architecture is divided into two parts: Ming Garden and Qing Garden.
The 'Wangbo Residence' in Ming Garden is a house in the typical Hui style. The two most representative buildings in Qing Garden are the 'Yuhuantang', a memorial temple in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), and the 'Dafu Residence', meaning a residence for scholars in the Qing Dynasty. The two gardens are composed of ancient kiln-workshops, ancient kilns, and ancient structures that were originally scattered throughout Jingdezhen City but have now been collected here by the government.
Opening hours: 08:00-17:00
Recommended visiting time: 2-3 hours
Ticket: 50 RMB
Location: Xishi District, Jingdezhen City, Jiangxi Province, China