The scenery is nice. The price is expensive (80-90rmb) for what its worth. The people working there are kind, you can pay extra for shuttles inside the park (as the distances are great). I walked everywhere to explore the itsy bitsy details. The tomb was a disappointment..surrounded by blue lights you go down the stairs and walk a narrow stone tunnel..In which there is nothing. There are empty corridors left and right a statue in the back and replicas of the grave and the mummy inside. So nothing real.The "underwater terracotta army" was nice and in good conditions - it was great to read about the importance of these findings.In the temple I met amazingly kind people who made amazing award-winning drawings.
Han tombs, terracotta warriors and horses, and stone portraits of the Han Dynasty, which are the largest, richest and strongest preservation base of Han culture in Xuzhou. From it, we can feel the magnificent boldness of "a spoonful of the rivers and lakes is ten thousand miles" and appreciate the charm of the two Han cultures with a long history.
I think this scenic spot is very good, the combination of architecture, cultural relics and scenery is very good, 5 yuan battery car to and fro. The bell music of the Terra Cotta Warriors Museum is very beautiful. The Mausoleum of the Chu Kingdom, the underwater terracotta warriors and horses, and the Sinopec porch have clear routes, convenient tours, and are not boring. They are very good.
It embodies the history and culture of the Han Dynasty. It is worthwhile to experience it carefully and slowly. It is necessary to purchase joint tickets. No tickets are needed to enter the park, and tickets need to be cut to enter various scenic spots. Lion Mountain Chu King Mausoleum is basically an empty tomb, which has been stolen. The authentic remains are also in Xuzhou Museum. The Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the Han Dynasty can not follow the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the Qin Dynasty, but they also have momentum. The stone statues of Han Dynasty are artistic treasures, which are more interesting with their explanatory tastes. Zhulin Temple is very quiet and can burn incense and ritual Buddha.
Xuzhou Han Culture Scenic Spot covers an area of 1,400 Mu and consists of two parts: core area and extension area. The core area consists of Lion Mountain Chu Wang Mausoleum, Han Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Han Culture Exchange Center, Liu's ancestral temple, Zhulin Temple, Yangguishan Exhibition Pavilion, Underwater Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, etc. The extension area includes Han Culture Square, Civic Leisure Square, Chess Tea Garden, Archaeological Simulated Base and Grassland. And other attractions. Including Han tombs, terracotta warriors and horses, and stone portraits of the Han Dynasty, it is the largest, richest and richest preservation base of Han culture in Xuzhou.
During the Spring Festival, the family came to Xuzhou from Beijing to experience the culture of the Han Dynasty. Xuzhou Han Culture Scenic Spot includes Han Tombs, Terracotta Warriors and Horses and Han Portrait Stones, which are called "Three Wonders of Han Dynasty" and deeply feel the essence of Han culture. It is the largest, richest connotation and the strongest preservation base of Han culture in Xuzhou. Xuzhou Han Culture Scenic Spot is a three-dimensional history of the Han Dynasty. It has become the largest theme park of Chinese culture in China and the national 4A-level high-quality cultural tourist area. Enter the South Gate, enjoy all the scenic spots, like the city of Xuzhou.
It's worth visiting. Before, we only knew that Xuzhou had the Huaihai Campaign. Unexpectedly, we knew that Xuzhou had a profound cultural heritage. The scenery of the whole cultural scenic spot is pleasant. Apart from rich knowledge of Chinese culture and many cultural relics, there are also very enthusiastic Xuzhou people. Thank you here for the tour guides who explained the Chinese culture, the three beautiful girls who played the wonderful bells for us, the uncle who guided us, and the aunt who sold gifts in the Museum of Terracotta Warriors and Horses. All this has made me fall in love with Xuzhou.
Online tickets must be exchanged from the South Gate. Terracotta Warriors and Horses are very miniature, but there are many kinds of terracotta warriors and horses. Underwater terracotta warriors and horses are cavalry terracotta warriors. The 100 praises of the Portrait Stone Museum are especially suitable for bringing children, playing and rising postures, all kinds of black technology. Finally, from the East Gate, the pillar of the gate looks like a two-dimensional little man holding his head. Say the regret: the music hall of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Hall is not open, and the legendary bells are not heard, and the exhibition hall of Chinese culture is not open. In addition, in the scenic area, the battery car can not be opened for a single trip for 5 yuan, so if you want to sit, you have to buy 150 whole journey.
Shaking, digging hills for caves, the underground palace is magnificent, the King of Han and Chu appears overlord; Terracotta Warriors and Horses are also unique, various, battle front scale is no less than the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Dynasty? Scenic spots like gardens? Well managed. The stone tablets of the Han Dynasty are also interesting. Read them carefully and appreciate the history of painting and calligraphy. It's worth a visit. Recommendation!