Ⅰ. The opening time starts from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., each week from Tuesday to Sunday. The entrance shall be closed at 4:30 p.m. The museum closes on Monday (except for national holidays).

Ⅱ. Visitors shall remain quiet and solemn. It is required to cherish historical artifacts and shall not defile or damage equipment and facilitates related to the National Memorial Ceremony. Dress modestly and appropriately. Do not wear clothes or icons inconsistent with the atmosphere of the museum. Obey the guidance of the staff. Do not disturb public order.

Ⅲ. In order to maintain the solemnity and cleanliness of the museum, unauthorized sales of products, soliciting, entertaining performing, begging and other behaviors that may cause damage to the museum are strictly prohibited.

Ⅳ. It is prohibited to bring in museum with inflammable, explosive, toxic, radioactive, corrosive or other dangerous items that may endanger the safety of other visitors and property of the museum.

Ⅴ. It is required to obtain prior consent of the museum to conduct activities such as exhibitions, performances, filming TV series or videos, live broadcast or interviews in the museum

Ⅵ. No group or individual is allowed to distort or deny the historical facts of the Nanjing Massacre. Insulting or defaming the victims and survivors of the Nanjing Massacre are strictly banned. It is also prohibited to make up or disseminate statements and information containing the above-described behaviors , which are detrimental to the dignity of the state and  nation and offend the feelings of Chinese people . Infringements are not tolerated upon the legitimate rights and interests of the victims and survivors of the Nanjing Massacre, including their names, portraits and reputations.

Ⅶ. It is prohibited to take photographs or record videos with uniforms, flags, icons or other props that carry the symbol of Japanese militarism in the museum and to publicize them on internet.
Ⅷ. The museum has the right to dissuade and stop any violation against the above regulations. Any serious offender will be submitted to the public security organ for treatment in accordance with the law.

The Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders