The first department (ancient civilization) mainly exhibited cultural relics unearthed from ancient to the Warring States Period, including Hemudu pottery beans, wooden paddle, canoe decoration, and the age of the Warring States Period unearthed from Ningbo. The second department (expanded Sanjiang) mainly exhibited the history of the Qin Dynasty's establishment of Zhangcheng to 821 (the first year of Tang Changqing) to establish the history of Mingzhou City in Sanjiangkou. The third department (establishment of the state city) exhibited the city of Ningbo (once called Mingzhou) in the Tang Dynasty, including the development of the Yue kiln, the prosperity of the Mingzhou Port and the Maritime Silk Road, and the development of the Mingzhou city that came.
The development of the fourth department (International Port City) exhibited the development of Ningbo (Shi Qingyuan) during the Song and Yuan Dynasties. Including the beginning of Ningbo's local education and the start of the Siming School, the establishment of the Song and Yuan Dynasties, the impact of the port business and the prosperity of the overseas business of the Yuan Dynasty. The fifth department (Haiding Bonin) exhibited the impact of the Ming Dynasty's ban on Ningbo's business.
The prosperity of the smuggling business of Shuangyu Port, the pirates invading and fighting against the fight against the macro, the ups and downs of the collection of the collection of the collection of the Temple of Tianyi Pavilion and Wang Yangming and Zhu Shunshui The contributions of the Zhejiang school representative in the history of Siwei. The sixth department (southeast city) exhibited the Ningbo fight against Qing in the early Qing Dynasty with Zhang Huangyan. The seventh department (open port and mutual city) exhibited the history of Ningbo in the first Opium Campaign and the Chinese and French Campaign.