Museum YUZ Museum

35 Fenggu Road

The Yuz Museum is built in a former airplane hangar of the old Longhua Airport. Situated at the corner of Longteng Ave and Fenggu Rd, the Yuz Museum's enormous, open gallery, comprises 3,000 of the museum's 9,000 square meters of floor space. Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto's sweeping design of the property lends a sense of unmitigated grandeur and expanse to the magnificent installations within.


Open since May, 2014, the Yuz Museum has been at the forefront of Shanghai's vibrant cultural movement: the galleries and exhibitions, many of them interactive, invite art-lovers from China and overseas to experience a union of Chinese and Western contemporary art. The museum's cafés and shops round out its dynamic cultural presence in West Bund.

Budi Tek

About the Founder

Budi Tek, a Chinese-Indonesian collector, has infused his "collecting, not storing" philosophy into the Yuz Museum. Budi Tek is passionate about sharing his eclectic collections, conceptual installations, and ideas with the public. The Yuz Museum owes its prestige and academic influence to Mr. Tek's systematic, holistic vision, and ability to present works of art in a forward-thinking, collaborative way.

Visitor Information

Opening Hours:

Tuesday-Sunday, 10:30-17:30


Closed on Monday


35 Fenggu Rd






Full ticket:

RMB 60/person

Half ticket:

students and seniors (valid ID is required)


YUZM members, children under 130 cm, the disabled, and military personnel

Group tickets:

RMB 50/person for groups of 20 and above