Entryway: heavens open drawing, Yu Chu charm. A unique layout of multidimensional designs and images showcases the geographical landscape and history of Xinyang weather. Two columns centered in the room represent the Central Plains Culture and the Chu Culture. Relics within the room provide insight into life 3,500 years ago starting from the Shang Dynasty.
First Room: Ancient homeland — from ancient civilizations to the early primitive culture .The first room encompasses the ancient homeland and displays Huaibin, Gushi, pingqiao other animal fossils as well as a simple layout of prehistoric landscape and Neolithic relic specimen.
Halls: Huai River flowing glorious princes — Bronze Age. The Shang and Zhou dynasties are shown through bronze statues, unearthed near the Huai River that uncovered an ancient and mass lake that existed in Henan Province.
Third Room: The king of Chu wind — echoed nine mystical spirituality and Fengwujiutian eternal romance. The tomb of king Chu, a great and powerful king of Xinyang, was unearthed in 1957. The relics and objects found on display in the Xinyang Chu hall explore the story of the culture, city and people during this time. The story of the Chu palace is among the favorites.
Fourth Room: The world root pro — follow the road to visit a migratory ancestors trace the origin. The fourth room explores historically important Xinyang men who helped to develop much of the southeast, primarily Fujian Zhangzhou. The expression tree offers a magical root-bridge connection.
Fifth Room: Tea and Fantasy — nature of the spirits of human impregnation. China is the homeland of tea, and Xinyang provides ancient and beautiful routes to this idea. The history of the Xinyang tea, starting from archeological discoveries dating it to 2,000 years ago to today is laid out, the implications of the weather on the tea is illustrated and finally, the museum provides a tasting booth.