The Nanjing Museum (Chinese南京 博物院, Nanjing bowuyuan Pinyin, English Nanjing Museum ) in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province, China, is one of the most important museums in China. It was 1933, the time of the Guomindang regime as the National Central Museum (中央 博物院, Zhongyang bowuyuan ) was founded.

It houses ancient bronzes, clay and jade ware, ink painting, Ming and Qing porcelain and silk art.

Among his most famous exhibits is the 1960 discovered tile plaque " Seven manner in the Bamboo Grove and Rong Qiqi " (竹 林七贤 砖 印模 画, Zhulin Qixian Yinmo zhuan hua ) from the time of the Southern Dynasties.