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Forbidden City

Forbidden CityNearby City

4.8/5112,862 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Palace
Museum
Historical Site
High season (April 1 - October 31) 8:30-17:00 (ticket sales ended at 16:00, admission stopped at 16:10); off season (November 1 - March 31 of the following year) 8:30 -16:30, (ticket sales ended at 15:30, admission stopped at 15:40). Except for public holidays, the Palace Museum will be closed on Monday for the whole year. The specific time is subject to the official website announcement. (Local time)
A vast majority of tourists who visit Beijing for the first time consider the Forbidden City as a place they must see. The Forbidden City, known as Gugong in Mandarin, once served as the imperial palace for 24 emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is a symbol of ancient China. Although it is no longer China's political centre, you can still feel its former glory once you are within the courtyard and surrounded by the high walls. Its long history has left behind a large amount of precious architecture and cultural relics, making it one of the most important cultural heritage in modern China.
798 Art Zone

798 Art ZoneNearby City

4.5/51,171 Reviews
Art District
Art Museum
Art Gallery
Open all day (Local time)
798 Art Zone is a one of Beijing's new landmarks and a place where cultured youth gather. It is also a cultural industries park created from converted factory buildings. 798 Art Zone is home to many art galleries, exhibition spaces, and independent artists. The zone's buildings are all cutting edge in design, and there are many specialist stores. It's the ideal place for young people to experience a taste of culture and art. Besides its galleries and arts centers, there are also many coffee shops and restaurants in the area.
Madame Tussauds Beijing

Madame Tussauds BeijingNearby City

4.7/53,262 Reviews
Wax Museum
Day time 10:00-21:00; night time 18:00-21:00 (ticket collection stopped at 20:00) (Local time)
Madam Tussauds Beijing is a branch of the world famous wax museum, Madam Tussauds. There are many realistic figures in the museum. Visitors to the museum can take photos with famous celebrities from China and around the world. There are eight exhibition spaces in the wax museum and figures from modern times and history including Michael Jackson, Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Feng Xiaogang, Jackie Chan, and Jay Chou are all there. There is also an experience called Spirit of China that is only available in the Beijing museum. Famous people such as Lang Ping and Cui Jian are featured. Visitors love to take pictures here.
Guanfu Museum

Guanfu MuseumNearby City

4.8/5980 Reviews
Museum
Monday 9:00-16:00 (ticket sales stopped at 15:00), Tuesday-Sunday 9:00-17:00 (ticket sales stopped at 16:00). (Local time)
Guanfu Museum is a private art museum in Beijing, founded by Ma Weidu. Guanfu Museum has exhibitions featuring ceramics, furniture, handicrafts, traditional doors and windows and oil paintings. Among these, the ceramics and furniture exhibitions are highly recommended for visitors. Visitors can enjoy all kinds of ceramics representative of each dynastic era, as well as view many pieces of precious Ming- and Qing-era furniture. Throughout the year, Guanfu Museum holds all sorts of exhibitions and activities. Guanfu Museum also now has branches in Shanghai, Hangzhou and Xiamen.
National Museum of China

National Museum of ChinaNearby City

4.7/51,923 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:00 (ticket collection stopped at 15:30, admission stopped at 16:00, site cleared at 16:30, closed at 17:00), closed on Monday (Local time)
The National Museum of China next to Tiananmen Square is home to many of China's national treasures such as the Four Goat Square Zun and Simuwu Square Cauldron. At the museum, you can view the terracotta warriors of Shaanxi, the sanxingdui masks of Sichuan, and the beast heads of the Summer Palace. Many national treasures that people usually only read about are there for you to see. The museum is divided into five floors with a total of 48 exhibition halls. They have a collection of more than a million items and it takes at least a whole day to explore the museum thoroughly.
Porcelain house

Porcelain houseNearby City

4.1/53,089 Reviews
Museum
Winter 9:00-18:30 (admission stopped at 18:00); Summer 9:00-19:00 (admission stopped at 18:30). (Local time)
This is a peculiar house. It is a French architectural structure made from various ancient porcelains, white marbles, crystals, agates and antique accessories. The walls of the Porcelain House are built from hundreds of ancient porcelain bottles from the Warlord Era and the late Qing Dynasty. On the roof, the dragon made from ancient porcelain pieces creates a circular pattern of the word "China". Behind the dragon is the Bird's Nest, the main stadium of the 2008 Olympic Games, made from porcelain fragments. The whole building has five floors. Floors one to four are open to visitors. There are many precious ancient wooden furniture placed on each floor, and the red walls are covered with porcelain pieces to depict the famous and colorful paintings of ancient and modern China and other countries.
China Science and Technology Museum

China Science and Technology MuseumNearby City

4.7/53,370 Reviews
Science & Technology Museum
Tuesday-Sunday 9:30-17:00, closed time: Monday (except statutory holidays), New Year's Eve, the 1st and 2nd day of the lunar year (Local time)
The China Science and Technology Museum is a national science museum. Apart from numerous science exhibits, there is a science playground for children. Interactive games in the playground help children learn more about science. There are also special cinemas with 3D and 4D effects, allowing you to appreciate the wonder and excitement of science and technology. There museum has five floors, with one floor underground and four above ground. Visitors typically walk directly to the exhibits that interest them after entering the museum. The museum recommends setting aside half a day for a visit.
Beijing Automobile Museum

Beijing Automobile MuseumNearby City

4.7/54,266 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:00 (closed on Monday) (Local time)
The Beijing Automobile Museum is a special car-themed museum. There are many models and reproductions of famous vehicles throughout history. There are also descriptions of the internal structure of automobiles. If you ever wanted to know anything about the history of cars, this is the place to visit. While in the museum, younger visitors can also participate in many hands-on activities such as simulated car races. The outside of the building that houses the Beijing Automobile Museum looks sort of like a giant, dynamic eye from a bird's-eye view. The ticket office at the main gate is located inside a distinctive locomotive.
Songzhuang Art Colony

Songzhuang Art ColonyNearby City

4.5/555 Reviews
Art District
8:00-20:00 (Local time)
The Songzhuang Art Colony is located in Songzhuang Town's Xiaobo Village, within Beijing's Tongzhou District. It is a district where artists and calligraphers gather and live together. It is said that more than 5,000 artists and calligraphers have taken up residence here, including famous calligrapher Huang Yongyu and poet Mang Ke. There are several art centers in the district, home to several painting and avant-garde exhibits and even art festivals. They are terrific for browsing the latest art and experiencing an atmosphere of creativity.
Red Brick Art Museum

Red Brick Art MuseumNearby City

4.4/5100 Reviews
Art Gallery
Summer Solstice Day: May 1st - September 30th, Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00 (17:30 stop ticket sales), Winter Solstice Day: October 1st - April 30th of the following year, Tuesday to week 10:00 - 17:30 (17:00 stop ticket sales) (Local time)
The Red Brick Art Museum was founded by entrepreneurs and art collectors Yan Shijie and Cao Mei. It is located in the No.1 International Art District of Hegezhuang in the northeast of Beijing. The museum boasts of several facilities such as a reception hall, a display space, a leisure space for public education and also for kid activities. The main building of Red Brick Art Museum includes a space for art derivatives. It has a basement floor containing a projector room for videos. The campus of the building is ideal for art and literature enthusiasts as it has several clubs for members and many areas that provide useful support for artistic activities. It also has restaurants and cafes for families to relax, dine and have fun. There are also academic reporting halls where construction enthusiasts come to visit and study.