Many Nobel Prize winners have shared that during their childhood they had many experiences visiting museums. According to international research, people who make frequent visits to museums before the age of six usually continue to make visiting museums a hobby throughout their lives.
In every museum, there is an expression of art and culture in each display, making museums a treasure trove of human civilization and a place for enduring cultural education – especially for children.
Education is one of the most important functions of museums.
When visiting a museum together with their parents, children get to experience the culture represented in the exhibits on display, cultivate an appreciation for aesthetics and learn about history through the stories told in the art pieces.
The Six Arts Museum features a comprehensive sensory experience of more than 30 galleries, showcasing more than 40,000 pieces of folk art, including ancient furniture, architectural design and a variety of folk arts.
The exhibits display a precious ancestral heritage of traditional Chinese culture, customs and everyday life. Our tour guides provide interactive and engaging explications of the art pieces on display for our young visitors and help the children get acquainted with traditional culture in a unique way.
Unlike many other museums, children get to explore each exhibit by touching and interacting with the pieces they see on display. Oftentimes, both parents and children are amazed by the ingenuity of the ancient craftsmen who brought these beautiful pieces to life, and families quickly realize that these are cultural relics that should be cherished for generations to come.