The newly unveiled museum is a piece of cutting-edge art itself - literally.
The two-storey glass-walled gallery clings to the side of a 541-foot-tall cliff in a national park in southern China.
Built in a natural dent on top of the cliff face, the building gives the impression as if it has been built into the rock.
The spectacular visual effect has earned the 800-square-metre (8,611 square feet) structure its nickname, the 'floating museum'.
Named the Limestone Gallery, the museum perched on top of the Haiwei Canyon in the Anlong Limestone Resort in Guizhou Province.
The 115-acre national park, which just opened last year, boasts incredible Karst landscape and remarkable hiking trails and one of the best Via Ferrata rock-climbing routes in China.
Exion, San Mateo, United States, 17 hours ago
"Made in China" museum built in to face of sheer cliff. What could possibly go wrong?
T.t, The Heartland, United States, 17 hours ago
Their out of control space station will probably crash into it (at least the parts which don't burn up).