The Guangzhou Uprising Museum on Qiyi Lu near the Beijing Lu shopping street explains the events of 1927 in further detail. The Victorian manse was a police station and the communist headquarters during the uprising. All the exhibits and captions are in English as well as Chinese.
The museum sits on the site of the former Guangzhou Commune, occupying an area of about 5,000 square meters. The museum was opened in 1987 and the existing buildings include the Soviet government office (the central building), the uprising headquarters (the north building), the guards’ dormitory, the ammunition depot, the prison, and the detention house. The central building displays historic objects of the Guangzhou Uprising.
Address: Unit 1, 200 Qiyi Road, Guangzhou (510030)
Exhibition: Site of the former Guangzhou Commune and historic objects of the Guangzhou Uprising
Scale: Site area – 1,076m2
Opening Hours: 9:00-12:00, 13:30-16:30; closely on Mondays
Admission: RMB 2
Tel and Fax: (8620) 83341321
Transportation: Take Bus No. 108, 102, 107, 104, 244, 6, 14, 203 or 552 and get off at the front park station.