Fodor's Expert Review Piano Museum


Gulangyu holds a special place in the country's musical history, thanks to the large number of Christian missionaries who called the island home in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Gulangyu has more pianos per capita than anyplace else in China, and the Piano Museum houses more than 70 beautifully preserved instruments that were once owned by famous pianists. Tucked away up a steep hill in the Shuzhuang Garden, this charming collection is a must for any music lover.

Quick Facts

45 Huangyan Lu
Gulangyu, Fujian  361002, China


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Y30, included in Shuzhuang Garden ticket, Daily 8:15–5:45

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