Pingxiang Museum showcases the cultural and natural heritage, as well as the history, of Pingxiang, a city in western Jiangxi province and a crucial member of the city groups on the middle reaches of the Yangtze River.
The Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum was built to showcase this glorious history of Jingdezhen, a city referred to as having a two millennia history of pottery production,
The Ganzhou Museum holds some 20,000 historical artifacts and natural specimens, among which ceramics, paintings, calligraphy, and items of the Hakka folk customs are the most characteristic.
Lushan Mountain Museum is based in the former office and residence of Mao Zedong (1893-1976) at Lushan Mountain in East China's Jiangxi province. Located on the banks of the scenic Lulin Lake, the museum enjoys a pleasant natural environment.
The history of Jiujiang Museum can be traced back to 1978. Now, it has grown into the largest museum in Jiangxi province, and boasts a collection of over 10,000 items.
The Bada Shanren Memorial is one of the major public facilities that house the works of this monk artist.
Covering a total planned area of 495 square kilometers, the Lushan Xihai Scenic Area can be divided into two parts: Xihai Lake Area and Yunju Mountain Area.
Wugong Mountain Scenic Area is the northern segment of Luoxiao Mountain on the border of Hunan and Jiangxi provinces. It is a massive mountainous scenic area with the most abundant tourism sites in west Jiangxi.
Longhu Mountain is a famous mountain in Taoism with a long history. As a cradle land of Taoism, it has been regarded as a Holy Land to which many pilgrimages are made every year.