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Chinese Sturgeon Park

Middle of the river island, Huangbai River, Yiling District, Yichang 443100, China
+86 717 782 2062
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20 Mar 2017
“Sturgeon Park”
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“Sturgeon Park at Yichang”
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Middle of the river island, Huangbai River, Yiling District, Yichang 443100, China
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+86 717 782 2062

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Part of our China tour was to visit the Chinese Sturgeon park. When we arrived at the park we were to see s short video which no one could get to work so no video today. Next we walked to the main Sturgeon building, inside...More

1  Thank Dennis0002
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We had time to kill before our flight and I think our guide was struggling to fill the time so he took us here. We saw several large sturgeon only for him to tell us they were actually Russian sturgeon. Then we watched a 10...More

Thank Gillian G
Reviewed 18 April 2017

We visited this museum on a rainy Yichang day. It contains various exhibits about sturgeon in general and Yangtze sturgeon in particular. I enjoyed the presentations and learned about the Yangtze fishery. I was alone, enjoy fishing and was very pleased that my wife was...More

Thank PortolaValleyLMS
Reviewed 20 March 2017

This visit was not part of our organised agenda. We were waiting for a plane to fly to Beijing. I don't which to deter those who are interested in learning about these fish, but it wasn't of much interest to me.

Thank ceekay52
Reviewed 30 July 2015

We did this tour as we had time to spare in Yichang. Having done the sturgeon park in Washington State, this is a poor second. All the live sturgeon on show were kept in a really small pond or tank.

2  Thank Bowlesuk
Reviewed 26 July 2015

the highlight here are the chinese sturgeon. They are large and interesting if you like fish. There are other fish species here as well as well as a couple of alligators. They have you watch a ten minute film then walk around. All in all,...More

1  Thank aagourmet
Reviewed 24 June 2015

An interesting place to learn about chinese sturgeon. Watch the video and look for the crocodile in the pond!

Thank verobl21
Reviewed 12 May 2015

Yichang's most interesting and unusual tourist attractions is the Chinese Sturgeon Museum. Set up by the Chinese Sturgeon Research Institute. The goal is to protect and preserve some of these rare species of fish. The museum not only showcases Chinese fish but also fish from...More

Thank bidisha_bagchi
Reviewed 23 October 2014

Destiny brought my friend and I to the Chinese Sturgeon Park. What began as a navigational error soon developed into an unforgettable experience. The shady stroll lead us to the cool green room with the most sturgeon I have every had the pleasure of sharing...More

2  Thank Mapitopolas
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