Museums in China
The BAIC History and Culture Exhibition Hall is located at the R&D Base of BAIC in Shunyi District, Beijing. It was upgraded in April 2020 and now shows five cars, plenty of pictures and charts representing the development of BAIC since the 1950s.
The museum which was opened in 2011 shows over 80 vehicles centred around there exhibition halls, namely Hall of Innovations, Hall of Development, Hall of Future, and Exhibition of Classical Collection of Chinese Automobile Industry. .
The Beijing Classic Car Museum, located in the Chinese capital's Huairou District, houses over 100 Chinese and foreign vintage limousines treasured by the museum owner Luo Wenyou.
Opened in 2012, the China Industrial Museum features an Automobile Exhibition Hall where the visitors can look at the development of the Chinese motor industry. There is an interesting-looking replica of the first Minsheng truck from the 1930s, a 2nd WW Jeep, a Hongqi, a Changan van, a Jiefang truck, at least two Soviet Volga sedans and more. Photo is courtesy of the Shenyang Building Decoration Co
The Classic Car Culture Museum is the first museum in Shanxi Province with the theme of "memory on wheels". At present, there are thousands of items displayed in the museum. The museum adheres to the old car as a carrier and integrates classic collections, academic seminars, sightseeing tours, popularization of science, simulation experience and patriotism education, and provides a platform for appreciation and exchange for tourists and fellow enthusiasts.
Opened in 2019 as a joint effort by a local classic car club, a restoration company and a few other entities this showroom features a restoration shop and an exhibition hall with around 20-30 cars.
The trendy Yujiapu Global Go Shopping Mall was officially opened in 2015 in the Binhai district of Tianjin. Among the shops there is a "Global Auto Culture Park" a multimedia display of motoring history with around 30 classic cars shown.