The observation deck that Xi Da has been to develop the old industrial base in Northeast China!
【Scenery】On the viewing platform, you can see the whole picture of Dakeng.
[Interesting] Not very interesting, there are basically no people from other places in this attraction, local people are not curious, they all know the equipment in the coal mine!
[Price/price ratio] The price/performance ratio is very low, 50 yuan is not worth looking at the big pit, you can also see it in other locations, and it's free!
It is very worthwhile to go, especially to accompany the children to feel the magical power of nature, the magical power of mankind, the historical changes, the rapid development of the country, and the colorfulness of black gold.
This is a place worth visiting to understand the mining process and development history of coal mines for more than 100 years. It was known as the largest open-pit mine in Asia that year. It was really shocking to see from the observation deck.
Yes, it introduces the source of coal and the history of coal mines in detail. It is suitable for taking children to see. Tickets are 60 and children under 1.3 meters are free.
On the viewing platform, you can see the mountains and small mountains, but the weather should be very sunny.
It is a museum reflecting the development footprint of Fushun’s “Meal City” built on the original West Open-pit Mine. It is divided into multiple exhibition areas such as cultural relics and real scenes. It fully displays the history of Fushun coal mines, especially on the watchtower. , Can see the magnificence of Asia's largest open-pit coal mine.
Preston_Dominguez: No.1 Guchengzi Street 1st Road, Wanghua District, Fushun, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Fushun Coal Mine Museum,Xilu Tiankuang Pit,Yueyadao Ecology Park Center Square,Zhang Zuolin Villa,Graphite Amber Expo Hall