World's first rose museum opens in Beijing

Updated: 2019-03-05


With the aid of 3D technology, roses bloom at a museum in Daxing district, Beijing, May 5, 2016. The Chinese Rose Museum, covering an area of 30,000 square meters, is the world's first rose museum. It officially opens to public on May 23, 2016, the same day as the start of 2016 World Federation of Rose Societies (WFRS) Regional Convention. [Photo/IC]


Workers arrange the interior decoration before the official opening of the museum. According to a report, there will be more than 2,000 species of rose exhibited, including the roses introduced from other countries. [Photo/IC]


Visitors view the "roses" blooming with the aid of modern technology. [Photo/IC]


The beautiful roses "produced" by 3D technology. [Photo/VCG]


Rose-themed decorations inside the museum. [Photo/IC]


A visitor takes a photo of the rose paintings hanging on the wall inside the museum. [Photo/IC]


Visitors pose for photo outside the rose museum. [Photo/IC]


A papercut patterned Chinese roses created by stainless steel perforate the exterior of the museum. [Photo/VCG]