Visitors' Information
Opening Hours

9:00---17:00 (closed on Mondays);
No admission after 16:00.
Address :Chinese Shandong Ji'nan city
ten Road No. 11899
Regulations on Free Admission

Free admission tickets are available on the visiting day in turn. ID cards or certificates may be required in certain circumstances.
About The Museum
The Exhibition of the King of the Lu State of Ming Dynasty presents the historical relics excavated from the tomb of Zhu Tan, the first king of the Lu State in Ming Dynasty. In order to further stabilize his governance, the first King that had established Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang, sent his twenty-three sons to be kings of vassal states. Zhu Tan, as his tenth son, was titled as the King of the Lu State. Born in the Third Year of Hong Wu Reign in Ming Dynasty (1370), he was established as the King of Yan Zhou when he was 15 years old. Ever since then, Yan Zhou rose from a state to province, including four states and twenty three towns. Zhu Tan liked reading classics and poetry and learning the rites. He was courteous to the worthy, supportive of scholars, knowledgeable and was favored by Zhu Yuanzhang. He died from the poison of elixirs, which had injured his eyes at the age of 19 and was given the posthumous title: “Huang”, which means “ridiculous”.
The Collections