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The Shanghai Museum is a museum of ancient Chinese art, situated on the People’s Square in the Huangpu District of Shanghai, China. Rebuilt at its current location in 1996, it is considered one of China’s first world-class modern museums.

The Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum is a museum commemorating the Jewish refugees who lived in Shanghai during World War II after fleeing Europe to escape the Holocaust.

The Shanghai Maglev Museum is a museum that highlights the history of the Shanghai Maglev Train and other related maglevs. Opened in 2007, it is located at the Longyang Rd Station of the Shanghai Maglev in Shanghai, China.

The Shanghai History Museum, also sometimes translated as “Shanghai Municipal History Museum”, is a museum dedicated to the history of the city of Shanghai, China. The museum’s collections focuses on the approximately a hundred years in the history of Shanghai from the opening of the port in 1843 to the communist take-over in 1949.

Shanghai Science and Technology Museum is a large museum in Pudong, Shanghai, close to Century Park, the largest park within the inner districts of the city.

YUZ Museum Shanghai is the second major private institution to grace the city’s West Bund area. This one is the brainchild of Chinese-Indonesian collector, Budi Tek and will host rotating exhibitions sourced from his own massive collection of Western and Eastern (mostly contemporary) art.

The Propaganda Poster Art Centre is a museum located in Shanghai which exhibits posters from the Maoist period of communist China, especially from the Cultural Revolution period. The museum is located in the basement of an apartment building in Huashan Road facing Wukang Road, in the former French Concession area.

The Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center  is located on People’s Square, Shanghai, China, adjacent to the municipal government building. The Exhibition Center is a six-storey building, with two basement levels, which displays Shanghai’s urban planning and development. The focus of the exhibit is a large scale model of the entirety of urban Shanghai, showing existing buildings and approved future buildings. Other exhibits relate to Shanghai’s history and planned development, including smaller scaled models focussing on particular areas of interest such as the Bund. The Exhibition Center also has space for temporary exhibitions with a wide range of subject matter.

The China Art Museum, also called the China Art Palace, is a museum of modern Chinese art located in Pudong, Shanghai, China. The museum is housed in the former China Pavilion of Expo 2010. It is one of the largest art museum in Asia.

Heritage

City God Temple of Shanghai, officially the City Temple of Shanghai,[1] is a folk temple located in the old city of Shanghai, China. It commemorates the elevation of Shanghai to municipal status and is the site of the veneration of three Chinese figures honored as the city gods of the town. It is also known by some locals as the “Old City God Temple”, in reference to a later “New City God Temple” which no longer exists.

Jing’an Temple is a Buddhist temple on the West Nanjing Road in Shanghai, China. Jing’an District, where it is located, is named after the temple.

Soong Ching-ling Memorial Residence located at 1843 Middle Huaihai Road, is the former residence of Soong Ching-ling in Shanghai, China, from 1948 to 1963. It is in the west part of the former Shanghai French Concession area and was built in the 1920s by a Greek shipping magnate.