Located on 152, Sunwen Road (West), the original site of Shiqi Commerce Committee in the 1940s, Zhongshan Museum of Xiangshan Commercial Culture is the first commerce-centric museum in China. The three-storey museum covers an exhibit space of 2,000 square meters, housing nearly 400 articles. Aided by real articles, pictures and multi-media, the museum chronicles the commercial development in Zhongshan, including the commercical culture in the late Qing dynasty and the early Republic of China, how Sun Yat-sen and Zheng Guan-ying thought about commerce, the introduction of some Zhongshan-origin compradors in the early modernization period, and how the four mega department stores were founded. These exhibits afford visitors a good glimpse of the long history of commerce in Zhongshan. A multi-media interactive system for inquiring is available on each floor, through which visitors can inquire about materials related to Zhongshan¡¯s commercial culture. A plasma display panel is installed in the exhibition hall to demonstrate Zhongshan¡¯s commercial culture.
Open all year round, 9£º00¡ª¡ª17£º00
Ticket: 5 yuan per person