Tianfu Sichuan Museum of Finance

Authors: Go Chengdu

2020-02-21

Tianfu Sichuan Museum of Finance is the first finance-themed museum in western China, with a floor area of 4,500 square meters.
The museum showcasing ancient coins, modern banknotes, corporate bonds and other exhibits,
gives visitors a better understanding of the development of Chinese currency during the past 3,500 years, and the history of financial civilization in the world.
It has theme halls highlighting the evolution of currency, the financial history of China, Sichuan Jiaozi (the first paper money in the world), the power of finance, fortune management and Chinese securities market, etc.
Replica 1-million-Yuan cash and 21 gold bars are kept at two separate boxes, and visitors can have a real-life experience of them of the same weights.
Admission: free
Address: #8 Binhe Road, Chenghua District (near Exit A of Hongxing Bridge Metro Station of Line 3)
Hours: 10:00-18:00 (except Monday)

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