Located in Xiejiawan, Chongqing Jianchuan Museum is the first museum for air raid shelter clusters in China. There are now 51 air-raid shelters at the Chongqing Jianchuan Museum. Also, it is the former site of the Hanyang Arsenal founded by Zhang Zhidong during the Westernization Movement when it moved west to Chongqing. Meanwhile, it is the place of the First Arsenal of the National Government Ordnance Agency during the War of Resistance.
The museum is composed of eight halls and includes 24 air raid shelters. It contains eight themed halls, including History of the Weapon Development, the old site of the First Armory Factory (Hanyang Arsenal), the exhibition hall of the War of Resistance, Chongqing Story hall, Folk Culture hall, Chinese Xi-based (double happiness, usually used for the wedding) Culture hall, the Ticket Life hall, and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Culture hall.
Nearly 40,000 pieces of various cultural relics, including more than 60 national first-level cultural relics, are displayed in the exhibition of cultural relics. The cultural relics mainly include modern historical materials and objects such as the War of Resistance, war industry, folk customs, and the Red Age (a time in China before the Chinese Economic Reform).
Transportation: CRT Line 2 to Xiejiawan Station (Exit B) or Line 1 to E’ling Station (Exit 2A); bus NO. 413 to Huangjia Matou or NO. 412 to Jiulong Binjiang Square.
50 yuan/person, 30 yuan/person for students, seniors from 60-70 years old, and active-duty military, free for national-level workers, heroes, children 1.2 meters in height and below, senior citizens aged 70 and above, and disabled persons holding relevant certificates