Museum of the First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, Shanghai
Shanghai, Shanghai 2000
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Contact:+86 21 5383 2171
Open Hours: Daily 9a-4p
The first congress of the Chinese Communist Party was held on July 23, 1921. In 1952, the meeting place was turned into a ... More
Museum of the First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party
The first congress of the Chinese Communist Party was held on July 23, 1921. In 1952, the meeting place was turned into a memorial hall. The heritage gray brick building has been renovated, with exhibition halls recreating the days of history. The exhibits contain relics of the congress and its participants. The main attraction is a very realistic wax figure scene showing young Mao Ze Dong in discussion with his comrades. A little shop in the courtyard near the exit sells souvenirs and guide books.
Reviews for Museum of the First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party: 1
Absolutely Worth the Visit
By A Yahoo Contributor, 8/13/11
Located in the French Concession, this memorial for the site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China was interesting and well-organized.There was not a hint of propaganda; it is a must-see for history students!
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