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Heilongjiang reopens its cultural facilities

Updated : 2020-06-04

By ( e.my399.com )

To meet the demand for public cultural services, the Museum of Heilongjiang Province, the Northeast China Martyrs Memorial Hall and the Heilongjiang Museum of Ethnology will reopen on June 3 – while maintaining tight novel coronavirus prevention and control measures, according to officials from China’s northernmost province which borders Russia.

Meanwhile, the Heilongjiang Provincial Library will open an appointment service from June 3, according to information from the Heilongjiang Provincial Cultural and Tourism Office.

Museum of Heilongjiang Province

The Museum of Heilongjiang Province will be open from 9:00-16:30 and stop visitors entering at 15:30. It is closed every Monday, except for holidays.

The museum currently only accepts appointments to visit. Visitors need to make a real-name appointment via the WeChat public account of the Interactive Platform of the Museum of Heilongjiang Province, or on the museum’s official website. Manual ticketing is temporarily closed.

Northeast China Martyrs Memorial Hall

The Northeast China Martyrs Memorial Hall is open from 9:00-11:30 and 13:00-16:00 and will stop new visitors entering at 15:30. It is closed on Mondays.

Visitors can make an appointment through the WeChat public account "Northeast China Martyrs Memorial Hall".

Visitors who cannot make an appointment online can call the appointment phone hotline 1-3 days in advance and agree on the date of the visit based on the online viewer's schedule.

Officials said the total number of daily visitors to the Northeast China Martyrs Memorial Hall should not exceed 500 and the flow of visitors should not exceed 100 people at a single time.

Visitors must show their appointment information and valid identity documents, declare their health condition and receive a body temperature test before entering.

Heilongjiang Museum of Ethnology

Heilongjiang Museum of Ethnology is open from 8:30-16:30 and is closed on Mondays.

Visitors should present ID cards for identity verification and collect free tickets. Visitors must wear masks when entering the museum and cooperate with staff to make a health condition declaration and undergo a body temperature test.