Changchun Museum, located at No.111 Huahong Street, Nanguan District of Changchun and adjacent to Youyi Park, is one of the three "Flowers of the City" (landmark buildings). The Museum has one floor underground and four floors above ground, manifested in a simple and magnificent style full of rhythm. It covers an area of 21,764 square meters, comprising of 5 exhibition halls. The Education Activity Area, Lecture Hall, Expo Space and other public activity places in the museum fully meet various functional needs.
Changchun Museum is one of the museums who has the most collections in Jilin Province, housing more than 22,000 pieces (sets) from different historical periods, involving pottery, jade stone, gold and silver ware, bone artifact, hornwork, metal ware and other articles traced back to Paleolithic Age, Neolithic Age, Bronze Age as well as Han, Tang, Liao, Jin, Ming and Qing dynasties to the modern and contemporary periods. These collections contain both precious fossils of prehistoric Changchun and historical relics unearthed by archaeological excavations, which were precious material objects that reflect historical development in Changchun and had important value of protection and utilization.
Keeping the concept of "audience-oriented" and the common practice of "Love to Learn and Think, Respecting the Truth and Fact", Changchun Museum displays the civilization achievements of individual historical period in Changchun area to carry forward the excellent traditional culture of the Chinese nation and spread advanced human culture. It is an important portal for Changchun's cultural exchanges with foreign countries, and also a palace of culture and art for audiences to perceive history, appreciate art and enjoy leisure.