Weifang Kite Museum

Last updated by sakura at 2015/4/28

Weifang World Kite Museum is the first and largest kite museum of China with an area of 8,100 square meters, having a typical style of Chinese architecture with the dragon-kite-shaped ridge made of complete composite porcelain, the roof of the Museum covered with peacock blue glazed tiles, looks like a dragon flying in the sky.

The Exhibition hall spreading out 2001 square kilometers, has more than 1,000 fine kites from China and foreign countries, which are beautiful in pattern, elaborate in painting, tasteful in designing, and good in flying. It is also equipped with full and accurate kite samples, pictures, words, paintings and replicas having a high study and appreciation value.

 

Solo Adventure Tips:

Location:

66 Xingzheng Street, Kuiwen District, Weifang.

How to Get There?

Take No. 2, No. 5, No. 16, No. 22, No. 25, No. 30 or No. 36 bus and get off at the station of Bank of China.

Ticket Price:

30 yuan.

Opening Hours:

8:00—18:00 (spring and summer); 8:00—17:30 (fall and winter)

More Tips:

Best time for tourists: April.

During April of every year when Weifang International Kite Conference is held, large numbers of kite-lovers both at home and abroad swarm and gather in Weifang city (the kite capital of the world), everything there looking more beautiful and vigorous then. The World Kite museum, like a glittering pearl of the meeting, is full of flowers in blossom and waving colorful flags, making it the heavens of the crowd and the ocean of happiness.