Shandong Culture

Shandong History of Communist Party of China Museum

(chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2015-09-01

Shandong History of Communist Party of China Museum

Shandong History of Communist Party of China Museum. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Covering over 1,200-square-meters, the Shandong History of Communist Party of China Museum was officially opened to the public in 1988 before moving to its current site on June 25, 1991. The museum is now located at No 3 Gongqingtuan Road in Ji’nan city.

Its three floors boast more than 500 cultural relics and over 1,500 vintage photographs. The exhibited items primarily relate to the historical documentation of the New Democratic Revolution Period (1919-49).

Many Chinese revolutionists, including the then-Chinese presidents Li Xiannian (1909-92)and Yang Shangkun (1907-98) wrote inscriptions for the museum.

Since the museum opened free to the public in 2008, it has welcomed more than 30,000 visitors through its doors each year.

The museum was on the list of the first batch of provincial Patriotic Education Bases in August 1995 and was honored as the Shandong provincial education center and Ji’nan education center for Party members in June 2007.