“The Emperor’s Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City” Art Exhibit
Courtesy of: Palace Museum, Beijing
The Mandarin Oriental, Boston is hosting an unforgettable art exhibit experience.
Today launches the opening of the landmark U.S. exhibition, “The Emperor’s Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City.”
The art exhibit is organized by the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM), which is located in Salem, MA, in partnership with the Palace Museum, Beijing, and in cooperation with World Monuments Fund.
The “The Emperor’s Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City” is a stunning exhibit that publicly unveils the artistic treasures from the private retreat of the celebrated Qianlong Emperor (r.1736-1796) for the first time in history.
The Mandarin Oriental is a proud sponsor of the exhibition and delighted to offer all guests of Mandarin Oriental, Boston complimentary tickets to the show at PEM.
In addition, to celebrate the opening, Mandarin Oriental, Boston has introduced the “Forbidden City Treasures” travel package giving exclusive access to show on view at the (PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts, USA from 14 September 2010 through 11 January 2011.
Hotel guests will receive two nights’ accommodations, a daily full American breakfast for two in Asana, round-trip transportation from the hotel to PEM in Salem, Massachusetts by private sedan for two guests, private, guided tour of The Emperor’s Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City and special admittance to PEM’s Yin Yu Tang House during designated hours.
In 2011, this incredible art exhibit will also travel to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Milwaukee Art Museum.