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Jackie Chan Museum, China

From series “Famous Museums of World Celebrities”
Year: 2009.

Jackie Chan fans should definitely go to Shanghai, as there is the largest and most famous museum dedicated to their idol. This museum is housed in a beautiful building in the traditional style. It is surrounded by a vast landscape park decorated with many amazing sculptures. The Jackie Chan Museum contains the most diverse exhibits, ranging from realistic wax figures of the actor to his true stage props.

Jackie Chan Museum, China One of the rooms shows a spectacular collection of firearms, and in the other you can see the medieval weapons, including sabers, swords, and battle-axes. To make it easier for museum guests to navigate along a variety of exhibits, each item is accompanied by an explanatory table. Fans of martial arts will love the Jackie Chan museum in Shanghai, as it contains personal belongings of the actor, which he had used in training. Fans of the modern art will like the place too, as within its walls there is an amazing collection of modern paintings, unusual sculptures, and art installations.

The opening of the museum in Shanghai took place relatively recently, in 2009. It was built in just one year. The actor himself was present at the ceremony of launching the construction on July, 8, 2008. A part of the funds collected as an admission fee is used to support the place, and the remaining money are spent for charity. The entrance fee to this unusual museum is quite small and is only 150 yuans. Students and children have discounts of more than 50 percent. Next - Elvis Presley Museum

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Jackie Chan Museum - interactive map

Useful staff nearby

ATM bankomat: 'Bank of Communications 24-hour Self-service Bank' located in 0.33 km ( check the route on the map).
Supermarket: 'alldays' in 0.26 km
Parking: 'Parking Lot' in 0.08 km
Cafe/restaurant: '上海上人实业公司民利餐厅' in 0.11 km
Railway station: '车站' in 0.96 km

Nearest airports:
 »  Hongqiao Airport SHA - in 5 km
 »  Pudong Airport PVG - in 39 km
 »  Ningbo Lishe International Airport NGB - in 151 km
 »  Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport HGH - in 158 km
 »  Lukou Airport NKG - in 246 km
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Shanghai Yinglun Weiting Hotel

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Yue Hotel

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Shanghai Yopark 5-Star Apartment (Regency Park)

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Youpark 5-Star Apartment is 6.6 km from Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, 12.5 km from Shanghai Railway Station and 50 km from Shanghai Pudong International … More: photo, rates and booking

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Top destination around Jackie Chan Museum - Shanghai

Shanghai dates back to the Neolithic Period. This area was marshland until the Song Dynasty (AD 960-1126), when Mongols and other northern nomad invaders officially established the town. The increasing trade turned Shanghai into a prosperous place. By 1291, it became a county capital. After that the economy saw even greater development, especially in cotton and textile industries. After 1840, the British Army opened Shanghai as a treaty port and set up their concession. The city flourished as a center of commerce between east and west. Following the example, many other countries also opened enterprises engaged in shipping, printing, architecture, pharmacy, and public utilities. Shanghai and Western power coexisted for almost a century. After a prosperous period of time, Shanghai started to suffer from World War II. The lack of raw material resulted in economic downturn and severe recession. In 1943 British and Americans gave up their colonial rights to their new allies - the Nationalist Chinese. They took over Shanghai after the Japanese surrender in 1945. However, four years later, the city again fell to the Red Army.

Under the Communists, Shanghai's businesses were nationalized and most foreign firms moved their offices from Shanghai to Hong Kong. The city also fell out of favour with the political elite until the Cultural Revolution, when Mao Zedong decided to make it the new power base. Shanghai was a centre of Cultural Revolution until Mao's death in 1976. The fortunes of Shanghai have been revived in the result of the great reforms started in 1978. Supported by the government as the 'dragon's head' of China's economic development, Shanghai has attracted massive investments. Its economy has increased by over 10% for 15 consecutive years. This huge development and urban regeneration is still seen today.
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