The Zengcheng Museum was built in 1984 and began its historic artifact exhibition in 1990. It's a regional history museum specializing in the collection, exhibition and research of artifacts.
The museum holds a vast collection of artifacts from archeological excavation, public solicitation and private donation. The exhibits range from the Neolithic era to the early modern period.
The first floor of the museum features the Zengcheng Historic Artifacts Exhibition, showcasing artifacts ranging from the Beiqiu Ruins of the Jinlan Temple in the Neolithic era to the early modern period and demonstrating Zengcheng's historic evolution and its establishment as a county in the sixth year of the reign of Jian'an in the Eastern Han Dynasty (201 A.D.). The second floor houses the Show of Zengcheng Masterpiece Artifacts from Private Collections, displaying artifacts from private collections and public solicitation and allowing people to gaze at the valuable exhibits and gain a better understanding of the local history.
In addition, the museum presents calligraphic, painting, photographic, folklore and art shows from time to time.
Admission fee: RMB ￥ 3 per person
Address: No.31 Qianjin Road, Licheng Town, Zengcheng