WANGDA SHOWCASES finished on-site installation of museum showcases for Tianjin Natural History Museum

As WANGDA SHOWCASES finished on-site installation of museum showcases for Tianjin Natural History Museum, the museum exhibiton is ready to open to the public during traditional Spring Festival of China. All the high-end museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets for Tianjin National History Museum are customized by WANGDA SHOWCASES.

Tianjin Natural History Museum is in TianjinChina, and is located in No. 206 Machang Avenue, in the Hexi District. It was founded in 1914 as the Hoangho Paiho Museum. The museum has three floors and spans an area of 12,000 square meters. Over 380,000 geological and biological specimens are currently held at the museum.[1]

The museum was founded in 1914 by Émile Licent, and was called the Hoangho Paiho Museum.[2] For 25 years since the museum’s founding, Licent conducted explorations in the Yellow River Basin and the Haihe River Basin, with the full length of the exploration stretching 50,000 kilometers. During these explorations, Licent collected over 200,000 paleontology, animal, plant, ancient human, and rock specimens. The Hoangho Paiho Museum was eventually renamed the Northern Border Museum. After the People’s Republic of China was founded, the Northern Border Museum was hosted by Tianjin University, one of the largest multidisciplinary engineering universities in China. In June 1952, after the establishment of the Tianjin People’s Science Museum Preparatory Committee, the Tianjin People’s Science Museum was established, and was renamed to the Tianjin Nature Museum in 1957. In 1959, the museum’s exhibit’s were relocated to 272 Machang Road in the Hexi District. In August of 1968, the Tianjin Museum of History, the Tianjin Museum of Art, and the Tianjin Museum of Nature merged to form the Tianjin Museum. In January 1974, the Tianjin Museum was renamed the Tianjin Natural Museum. In 1997, the Tianjin Municipal Party Committee and government invested 100 million yuan to renovate the museum, with the renovation being completed in 1998. In 2013, the museum once again was renovated, and opened in 2014, at a new site in the Tianjin Cultural Center.







 

 

 

 

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