World Anti-Fascist War Memorial is located to the northwest of Hailar City. It is a military-themed area built on the site of the original Hailar Fortress invaded by the Japanese army. The Hailar Memorial Park is divided into two sections above ground and below ground. These include the Hailar Fortress Museum, the Theme Square, relics from the ground war, a simulated war scene and etc. There are many heavy weapons such as artillery and tanks on display and it is possible to visit underground engineering areas of the fortress to learn about the war crimes committed by the Japanese army.
Lying to the west of Hailar is the Hailar National Forest Park, mainly characterized by Mongolian pines. There are hills and a large area of Mongolian pines including some odd-looking trees in the park. The park also houses a cage-free zoo where people can see reindeer. The park is composed of the south park, the north park and the west park. In the north park, travelers can enjoy fantastic trees such as the Tree King, Shouwang Pine, Ganquan Pine and Lianli Pine as well as natural attractions. In the south park, there exist ancient cultural relics during the Microlith Age in the northern grassland several thousand years ago.
The Hulunbuir Ethic Museum is located in downtown Hailar. It is a traditional Chinese courtyard style building. The main exhibitions at the Hulunbuir Ethnic Museum include Mongolian cultural relic exhibitions, information on the cradle of northern China's nomadic peoples, northern hunting and nomadic homes. You can see many daily objects and traditional crafts which belonged to the people of the northern steppes. Visitors can also see many ancient artifacts such as the bronze daggers of the Qin and Han Dynasties, and three deer gold plaques from the Xianbei period.