Located in Zhangqiu district of Jinan, Shandong province, the Luozhuang Han Dynasty Noble Mausoleum Archaeological Site Park was recently listed as one of the first six provincial archaeological site parks.
The tourist area consists of two major sectors, the Weishan Island and Weishan Lake National Wetland Park.
Chengziya is an archaeological site located on the right banks of the lower Yellow River in Shandong, China, and the place where the Longshan culture of the Neolithic Age was first discovered in 1928.
Located in the Yimeng Mountain Area, Yishui county, East China’s Shandong province, the Firefly Stream Cave, with stalactites in various shapes, is a rare wonder in Asia.
The Confucius Museum was officially opened to the public in 2019 to inherit and carry forward traditional Chinese culture and to provide a better environment for protecting nearly 700,000 cultural relics in the Confucius Family Mansion.
Located at the foot of Qianfo Mountain, one of the three famous scenic spots in Jinan, the Jinan City Museum is home to some 20,000 artworks spanning from the Neolithic Age to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties.
Shandong University Museum has two sites, one in Jinan, the capital city of Shandong province, and the other in Qingdao on its Qingdao campus. Each site features displays of the university’s history, and exhibitions of historical and cultural relics, archaeological finds, and fossils.
Located in Jinan, capital city of Shandong province and opened to the public on the first day of 2016, the Zhangqiu District Museum boasts a collection of 26,000 artworks and cultural relics that testify to the production levels, the social hierarchy, the rites and rituals, and the consummate craftsmanship and superb artistic achievements that have thrived throughout the ages on this land.
Renowned as the only topical museum that comprehensively displays the influence of World War I (1914-18) on China, the Qingdao Mountain Battery Site Museum was rated as a national first-class museum in 2020, and serves as a cultural facility integrating tourism and education.