Museum of East Asian Art
Based in a restored Georgian building, the Museum of East Asian Art is the only museum in the UK solely dedicated to the arts and cultures of East and South East Asia.
The collection of 2,000 objects represents more than 7,000 years of the finest artistry and craftsmanship from China, Japan, Korea and South East Asia. Displays include jades, ceramics, lacquerware and metalware, and the museum’s Chinese bamboo and wood carvings are amongst the finest found in European collections.
Special exhibitions and events run throughout the year and the museum shop offers a range of unique East and Southeast Asian inspired gifts and souvenirs.
Adult: £5 Per ticket
Senior: £4 Per ticket
- Wheelchair Access
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
27 Sep 2018: Small museum housed in a townhouse near the Assembly Rooms. Some beautiful artefacts. Sadly they had a burglary in April so there is less on display than usual, but they have reduced the entrance...
29 Jul 2018: We dropped in on our return from the Royal Crescent Museum. Although a section was closed due to a recent robbery, we still enjoyed a nice collection of Himalayan bronzes from Tibet, Nepal and...
27 Jul 2018: A tiny museum. Fantastically inexpensive, these days. I would have paid more. You may have no interest in Asian art, but the well displayed items are very well labelled, and stunning in their...