Chengdu Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum reopened to the public on March 12, after its temporary closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
As the spread of the novel coronavirus is ebbing, some scenic spots, libraries and museums in Chengdu are coming to normal operation with cautious measures in place.
Chengdu Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum has resumed service, starting on March 12.
In a statement published by the museum, the museum has been improving both the facilities and the service since the government released a guidance on resuming work during the epidemic prevention and control period.
1. Opening: 9:00-16:00, starting March 12;
2. Opening areas: outdoor areas such as garden area, central axis cultural relics area, the thatched house, Daya Hall, bonsai garden, Tang Dynasty ruins, the red wall, and other venues;
3. Ticketing: online booking and buying ticket on site.
4. Avoid crowds:
(1) group visits are not allowed;
(2) daily visitor capacity will be limited to 1,200;
5. Requirements: all visitors with valid ID cards, tickets or reservations should have a temperature check and wear a mask;
6. inform the staff immediately if you feel unwell with symptoms like fever or coughing after entering the museum.
Museum consultation complaint: 028-87319258
Museum alarm rescue: 028-87327392
Museum ticket information: 028-68921800
Caotang community health service center: 18080090269
Guanghua community health service center: 13028108627
City public security bureau branch 2: 028-86407382
Caotang police station: 028-87775437
Caotang district street office: 028-87716695