Museum n. 博物馆
A building in which interesting and valuable things are collected and shown to the public
E.g. Students are looking forward to the trip to the museum of natural history.
A person who is in charge of the things in a museum, zoo, etc.
E.g. The curator is an expert in her field.
Admission fee n. 门票费用
The fee charged to enter a place
E.g. Shanghai Museum does not have admission fees.
Brochure n. 手册
A small, thin book or magazine that usually has many pictures and information about a product, a place, etc.
E.g. The brochure is quite useful when visiting the museum.
Exhibition n./ Exhibits n. 展览/展品
The act of showing something in public / publicly display (a work of art or item of interest) in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair.
E.g. There were several famous paintings at the exhibition. The paintings are the exhibits in the gallery.
Souvenirs n. 纪念品
Something that is kept as a reminder of a place you have visited, an event you have been to, etc.
E.g. When I went to the World Expo, I kept my ticket stub as a souvenir.
Pottery n. 陶器
The art or activity of making objects out of clay
E.g. He has collected pottery for years.
Sculpture n. 雕塑
A piece of art that is made by carving or molding clay, stone, metal, etc.
E.g. The artist used a hammer and chisel to sculpture the horse out of ice