If you’re looking for a museum with character, this Earthquake Memorial Museum is just what the doctor ordered. Built to look like cracks in the ground just like the Earthquake itself, it was built to commemorate all of the victims who lost their lives to this 7.9 natural disaster. It shares information about the Earthquake itself and about how earthquakes are developing in the first place, a bit of useful information that will really help you understand the severity of the situation in China. It’s refreshing to see that people are wanting to know in the first place, as it opens the door to a lot of things happening in the future to get people interested in how to stop them, etc.
Think of it as a way to get people involved with natural disaster relief in a way that means something to them and their families. Many were affected by this natural disaster that formed the idea for this museum, so it’s good to see that those from far and near are looking to get involved in knowing everything about it so that it never happens again.