The Ningbo Museum is located near the Luzhou Park, No. 1000, Shounan Middle Road, Yinzhou District, Ningbo City. Its architecture is the representative of the first Chinese nationality “Pritzker Architecture Prize”, Wang Hao, “New Localism” style, and is the “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” in Ningbo. One of the key cultural projects, with an investment of 250 million yuan, covers an area of 60 acres and a total construction area of 30,000 square meters. The exhibition hall is divided into three floors. The first floor exhibition hall is a temporary special exhibition. The second floor is the theme exhibition "Oriental "Shenzhou" - Ningbo Historical Exhibition", which tells about Ningbo from ancient times to the establishment of the state city, and then to the international port and the southeastern city. History. The third floor is a special exhibition of bamboo carvings and Ningbo folk customs. The architectural style of the Ningbo Museum is very distinctive. It has also won awards in the architectural world. The designer is Wang Hao, a famous architect in Ningbo. The exterior walls of the museum use a lot of old brick tiles removed from the old buildings in Ningbo, and the symbols left in the year when they were burned. If they are locals in Ningbo, they may find their own brick and tile museums. There are lotus ponds and reed ponds that reflect the traditional charm and modern fashion sense, forming a wonderful contrast.