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Little Wild Goose Pagoda (Jianfu Temple)

Little Wild Goose Pagoda (Jianfu Temple)

4.5/51,511 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
9:00-17:00. Closed on Tuesdays (except statutory holidays) and New Year's Eve, open for the rest of the year. (Local time)
The Little Wild Goose Pagoda is located on the grounds of the Jianfu Temple. Built 1,300 years ago, it is one of the few Tang Dynasty era pagodas still in existence today. The pagoda has its name because it is so similar in shape and form to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. The Little Wild Goose Pagoda was originally built to promote fundamental Buddhism, the study and translation of original Buddhist scripture, and to house the precious Buddhist scriptures which were arduously brought to Xi'An all the way from India. Within the temple, there is a large cast iron bell from the Jin Dynasty which is over 800 years old. During the Qing Dynasty, the bell was rung every day in the early hours of the morning. It is known as the famous Wild Goose Pagoda Morning Bell. At the base of the pagoda are many beautiful stone carvings. Visitors who enjoy folk culture and fine art should absolutely not pass up the opportunity to take a look.
Gaojia Courtyard

Gaojia Courtyard

4.4/51,530 Reviews
Historical Architecture
8:30-22:30 (Local time)
This hundred-year courtyard in the center of Xi’an is a brick-and-wood structure courtyard that began construction at the end of the Ming dynasty. It was not until the Emperor Qianlong's reign during the Qing Dynasty that the main project was completed. The entire construction process took more than one hundred years. Nowadays, this ancient courtyard has been opened to tourists. The wood carvings and brick sculptures in the courtyard are exquisite and delicately carved. If you like ancient residences, this will surely satisfy your needs. Inside the courtyard, you can also choose to watch a unique Shaanxi shadow puppet show and listen to authentic local dialects for a while.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square Music Fountain

Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square Music Fountain

4.5/5813 Reviews
Fountain
Open all day (Local time)
The Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square Musical Fountain, also known as the Xi'an Musical Fountain, is located on the central axis of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square. The Music Fountain Square is composed of a water fountain, a cultural square, a garden, a cultural corridor and other facilities. It is one of the well-known Tang Cultural Squares in China. There are a large number of sculptures and statues in the square. While enjoying the musical fountains, you can also view some of these beautiful sculptures.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square

Big Wild Goose Pagoda North Square

4.4/5983 Reviews
Fountain
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (music fountain performance time: Monday-Friday: 12:00, 21:00 (equipment routine maintenance on Tuesday, closed in the day); Saturday-Sunday: 12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00, 21:00; winter (November - January) night show time 20:30) (Local time)
Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a UNESCO World Heritage site located on the grounds of the Jianfu Temple. It is one of China's famous Tang Dynasty cultural relics. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda’s North Square is comprised of a musical waterscape fountain, East Garden, West Garden, and cultural and tourism facilities. Tourists are most attracted to the plaza by the immense musical fountain. Throughout the course of the performance, the fountain’s jets change their shape in an elegant water dance. Once night falls, the lights of the show are especially enchanting. On either side of the plaza, visitors can see all sorts of sculptures reflecting the spirit of Buddhism and Shaanxi’s local customs and folk opera.
Yongxing Lane

Yongxing Lane

4.5/5230 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Yongxing Lane is another destination for snacks in Xi'an City other than Huimin Street. It was one of the 108 lanes of Chang'an City in the Tang Dynasty. Nowadays, it is a place filled with local food shops in Xi'an. Many tourists would come here to enjoy local cuisine, including meat sandwiches and rice husks.
Shiguge

Shiguge

4.3/56 Reviews
Historical Architecture
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
Shuyuan Gate Culture Street

Shuyuan Gate Culture Street

4.3/5301 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Shuyuan Gate Pedestrian Street is a walkway free from vehicles and is infused with refined culture and learning. On the west side, Shuyuan Gate Pedestrian Street intersects with Xi’An City’s South Boulevard. The Stele Forest Museum is located 250 meters and three turns away from the east end of Shuyuanmen. The quaint cobblestones of the pedestrian street lead you down a path of history. Small shops line both sides of the road and sell calligraphy scrolls, painting, ink brushes, inksticks, calligraphy paper and ink stones. This artisan street is quite unlike other pedestrian shopping streets in China in that it is quiet and calm.
Dapiyuan

Dapiyuan

4.6/5161 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Dapiyuan is part of Huimin Street. It is located at the northern end of Beiyuanmen and the southern end of the Maixian Street. The western section is connected to the North Guangji Street and runs parallel to Xiyangshi in the south. Dapiyuan was built in the Ming Dynasty, and was named in Chinese after the silk business. It is bustling like a market, with many food and snack shops on the street. There are many kinds of foods such as mutton and steamed bread soup, hot pepper soup and oxtail casserole. There is also a mosque, the Great Mosque, built in the Ming Dynasty (1411). Due to years of disrepair, the North and South Halls and the Great Hall have collapsed. The current stone engraving fence, Paihang, Manla Building and Huguo Pavilion were rebuilt in 1985.
Wild River Mountain Scenic Area

Wild River Mountain Scenic Area

4/523 Reviews
Cultural Experiencial Area
Mountain
9:00-17:30 (Local time)
Qujiang Cold Kiln Ruins Park

Qujiang Cold Kiln Ruins Park

4.3/5384 Reviews
Cultural Experiencial Area
9:00-21:00 (Local time)
Qujiang Cold Kiln Ruins Park is a love-themed cultural park and the birthplace of the famous Chinese comedy "Fivedianpo". During the Tang Dynasty, Wang Baochuan, the daughter of a dignitary, struggled for freedom of marriage and left the comfortable home. She came here and waited for her husband Xue Pinggui for eighteen years. In the park, there is Wangfu Pavilion and statues like Wang Baochuan Digging Wild Vegetables. "The Story of Hanyao" themed museum was also built in the park, which reproduces the legendary love story of Wang Baozhen and Xue Pinggui.