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Shaanxi History Museum

Shaanxi History MuseumNearby City

4.6/521,025 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:30. Closed on Mondays, except for public holiday. (Local time)
The Shaanxi History Museum is a good place to learn about ancient Chinese civilization. The museum houses bronze artifacts from the Shang and Zhou dynasties, gold and silver artifacts of the Han and Tang dynasties, and Tang dynasty murals, of which a large portion of them are treasures of the Han and Tang period. The Beast-Head-Shaped Agate Cup, the Silver Pot with Design of A Horse Dancing and Holding A Cup in Its Mouth, and the “Huang Hou Zhi Xi” are cultural artifacts that the country has prohibited from leaving the country and can only be seen in the Shaanxi History Museum.
Xi'an Yangling Agriculture Expo Park

Xi'an Yangling Agriculture Expo ParkNearby City

4.6/5315 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Museum
Xi'an Yangling Agriculture Expo Park, also known as Northwest Expo Park, includes several high-quality museums, such as the Yifu Science and Technology Museum, the Soil Museum and the China Agricultural History Museum, along with a small zoo. It also features terrific butterfly gardens, botanical gardens, arboretums and seed resource parks. It is an important base for teaching, scientific research and science popularization.
Xi'an Beilin Museum

Xi'an Beilin MuseumNearby City

4.7/53,741 Reviews
Museum
08:00-17:30 (Local time)
Xi'an Beilin Museum is located near Wenchang Gate. The museum contains a forest of stone monuments, stone carvings, etc. Among them, the forest of stone monuments is composed of monuments and epitaphs from past dynasties. It is the highlight of the museum. In the Beilin Museum, you can admire inscriptions and epitaphs of different dynasties. The collection of inscriptions and epitaphs spans over 2,000 years.
Xianyang Museum

Xianyang MuseumNearby City

4.5/5186 Reviews
Museum
Xianyang Museum is in the middle part of Zhongshan Street, Xianyang city, on top of an old Ming-dynasty Temple of Confucius (around 1371 AD). There are four south-facing yards. The main buildings are the Pailou, Xiandian, Dacheng Hall, Small Pailou and the main hall on the side yard. This is a Major National-Level Historical and Cultural Protected Site. There are seven exhibition rooms at the Xianyang Museum, three for Xianyang’s historical artifacts, one for cultural objects from the Western Han imperial mausoleum, two for Western Han-dynasty painted terracotta and the last one for temporary exhibits. The cultural relics in the museum, mainly from the Qin and Han dynasties, offer valuable insights into the history and culture of the Qin and Han dynasties.
Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum

Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site MuseumNearby City

4.6/558,921 Reviews
Museum
March 16th - November 15th 8:30-18:00 (ticket sales ended at 17:00); November 16th - March 15th of the following year 8:30-17:30 (ticket sales ended at 16:30) (Local time)
The Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, also known as the Terracotta Army, is located about 1.5 kilometers east of the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and forms part of the extensive necropolis. There were more than a thousand terracotta soldiers unearthed here, each with a different facial expression. Standing before the massive underground army, you will feel the extraordinary might of the Qin Emperor that enabled him to unify six warring states two thousand years ago. The Qin Emperor Ying Zheng began building the mausoleum for himself at the age of 13. Nearly 720000 men and 38 years were required to complete this vast project.
Northwest A & F University North Campus Insect Museum

Northwest A & F University North Campus Insect MuseumNearby City

4.7/547 Reviews
Museum
Famen Temple Zhenbaoguan

Famen Temple ZhenbaoguanNearby City

4.7/531 Reviews
Museum
Hanyang Mausoleum Museum

Hanyang Mausoleum MuseumNearby City

4.5/5884 Reviews
Museum
The Hanyang Mausoleum Museum is located in Xianyang City's Licheng District to the north of Xi'an City. The Hanyang Mausoleum is the joint burial site of Liu Qi (Emperor Jing of Han) and his consort empress, Wang. It is mainly composed of the Imperial Mausoleum, the Empress's Mausoleum, the Southern Burial Pit, the Northern Burial Pit, the Ceremonial Building, the Funerary Yard, the Criminals' Cemetery and the Yanglingyi. A Hanyang Mausoleum Museum has also been built. This is a cultural tourism scenic spot that integrates modern technology, historical culture and garden landscapes.
Banpo Museum

Banpo MuseumNearby City

4.6/51,493 Reviews
Museum
8:00-17:30 (Local time)
The Banpo Museum was built on the Banpo archaeological site located just east of Xi’an in the Yellow River Valley. The Banpo archaeological site has some 6,000 years of history, holding the remains of Neolithic settlements. Banpo is considered to have been a matriarchal society. Inside the Banpo Museum visitors can discover scenes reproducing daily life of ancient tribes. You can also learn about their unique system of entombment and their painted pottery. In one of the museum’s exhibition rooms, you can even see a replica of the famous “human-faced fish” pottery bowl. (The original is in the National Museum of China).
Xi’an City Museum

Xi’an City MuseumNearby City

4.5/5419 Reviews
Museum
March 15 - October 31, the ticket sales time is 9:00-17:00 (site cleared at 18:00); November 1 - March 14, the ticket sales time is 9:00-16:30 (site cleared at 17:30). Closed on Tuesdays (except national holidays) (Local time)
The Xi’an City Museum is located inside Jianfu Temple. This is an excellent place from which to learn about the development of this ancient city. The main exhibition hall’s theme is named “The Ancient Capital Xi'an”. Visitors can learn all about Xi’an’s thousand-year history and subsequent development. The exhibits in the museum show the progression of the development of Xi’an City from the Zhou Dynasty to the Ming and Qing Dynasties. There is also a model of Xi’an City throughout various dynastic periods that allows you to see the scale, layout and living conditions of the city’s distant past.
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