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About Tangshan

Tangshan is surrounded by the Bohai Sea. Known as the "cradle of modern Chinese industry", it is a coastal town with one hundred years of history. In 1976, after the Great Tangshan Earthquake, a completely new city was built on the site of the ruins. Tangshan is nestled between the ocean and mountains. The complex and diverse landforms, local history and culture have combined to create a unique tourist destination. With the Great Wall to the north, there are all kinds of historical and cultural attractions to see. With the ocean to the south and many offshore islands, Tangshan has become an excellent holiday resort destination.

Popular Attractions in Tangshan

Kailuan Mine Park
575 Reviews
National Park
Kailuan Mine was constructed in 1878. The site is home to a large number of artifacts that document the mine's history. The mine played an important role in the development of Tangshan and Qinhuangdao, two neighboring cities. The mine park was opened to the public in September 2009 and is one of the region's most popular attractions. In December 2010, the park was listed as an AAAA-grade tourist site by the China National Tourism Administration.
Nanhu Park
557 Reviews
City Park
Tangshan's Nanhu Park is a northern Chinese park that integrates classical scenery, ecological functions, historical culture, urban activities and sports tourism, among other functions. The slogan “Fun Nanhu, Ecological Nanhu, Magical Nanhu” accurately summarizes the park's characteristics. The combination of water features such as lakes, the green land, the urban afforestation and the flowers and grasses have created a natural, ecological, beautifully artistic landscape, reminiscent of a Jiangnan water town.
Earthquake Memorial Hall
270 Reviews
Memorial Hall
The Earthquake Memorial Hall is located at the Earthquake Memorial Square at center of Tangshan city in Hebei Province. The Memorial Hall's three large bronze reliefs in the show the past, present and future of Tangshan; the large scale-model visually displays Tangshan's topography, landforms and administrative divisions; the earthquake science film is designed to give the audience an immersive feeling while learning about the science behind earthquakes; while reflecting on the entrepreneurial process, the exhibition also functions as a eulogy to the people who passed in the disaster, a record of our appreciation of all the help we have received, a reminder to educate future generations, and as an inspiration to the people of the city to continue to work hard towards build a new Tangshan for the dual goals of economic development and social harmony.
Tangshan Earthquake Ruins Memorial Park
77 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Opened in July 2008, Tangshan Earthquake Ruins Memorial Park was invested with RMB600 million with the theme on the "memorial." The park is designed to fully reflect the philosophy of "reverence for nature, love for life, exploration of science and recall of history." The earthquake museum there was completed in October 2009. The memorial square within the park occupies 30,000 square meters. Paved with marble in black and white, the square can hold over 10,000 people for major events. It is an important site for people to remember their families and pay their respect to the dead.

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Chloe Yin   
The entire mine park can be said that Tangshan is even a miniature version of China's industrial history. With 140 years of mining history, the old factory buildings and industrial objects are in front of our eyes. It seems that we have not gone far in a hundred years. The former mine treasures have now turned into a cultural tourism base, including the main museum of the Kailuan Museum, the underground exploration tour, China's first best mine 1878, the power era 1906, the steam locomotive sightseeing park, the China Railway Source Museum and a series of exhibition halls and scenic spots.
Best is also a must-see route recommendation: Kailuan Museum - Underground Exploration - China Railway Source Museum - Steam Locomotive Sightseeing Park
underground Quest is a highlight of the entire mine park, located in the museum underground The 10-meter underground coal mine has been reconstructed from the old roadway. Wearing a miner's helmet and walking into a deep underground tunnel, a moldy smell, from the original digging of coal to the nine real working faces of modern coal mining, makes people really experience the difficulty and danger of mining. Another place that can't be missed is the Steam Locomotive Sightseeing Park, including the China Railway Source Museum, the Steam Locomotive Exhibition Hall, the Tangshan Old Railway Station (Reconstruction), the Restoration Dragon Locomotive, and the Tanggu Railway Scenic Overpass. Wait. From the "mine" to the China Railway Source Museum, the source of the Chinese railway is the Tang Dynasty Railway.
Address: 54 Xinhua East Road, Lunan District, Tangshan City
Posted: Dec 26, 2018
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