The History Museum of Nanjing University offers a comprehensive overview of the university’s development, milestones, and contributions to academia and society. It showcases the rich history and heritage of Nanjing University, highlighting its founding in 1902, its role during significant historical periods, and its academic achievements across various fields.
The Museum of Nanjing University houses a rich and valuable collection, including national treasures. It offers exhibition spaces, cultural activities, and academic seminars, providing visitors with cultural experiences and opportunities for aesthetic appreciation. Moreover, the museum plays a vital role in preserving and promoting cultural heritage, as well as fostering understanding and dialogue between diverse cultures.
The John Rabe and International Safety Zone Memorial Hall commemorates the humanitarian efforts of John Rabe and others who worked to protect the lives of Chinese citizens during the Nanjing Massacre. It serves as a place for remembrance, education, and reflection on the atrocities committed during that time, as well as a platform for promoting peace, understanding, and the prevention of future atrocities.