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National Museum Of China, Beijing

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East of Tiananmen Square stands National Museum Of China, an inclusive institution which commemorates the nation's history and honors its culture. After years of renovation and expansion, the museum reopened in 2011 as one of world's largest modern museums. Inspect the displayed treasures exhibited in various themes such as the arts of porcelain and jade, Chinese paintings and calligraphy, dynasty furniture, and Buddhist memorabilia. The museum also houses thousands of archaeological discoveries like the 1.7 million-year-old teeth of the Yuanmou Man. In addition to exploring the exhibition halls, you can rest at tea or coffee shops, purchase souvenirs, and watch educational movies at the 700-seat theater. Plan your National Museum Of China visit and explore what else you can see and do in Beijing using our Beijing road trip planning tool.
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  • It looks like foreigners are allowed in again as I just needed to flash my.passport and show them my health code and reservation, which anyone can book online for free. It's a nice, big orderly... 
    It looks like foreigners are allowed in again as I just needed to flash my.passport and show them my health code and reservation, which anyone can book online for free. It's a nice, big orderly...  more »
  • We were very excited to go there, but then, what a surprise: It’s not opened for foreigners! Indeed this is what they told us in the entrance: “Because of the Coronavirus, foreigners are not allowed.....  more
    We were very excited to go there, but then, what a surprise: It’s not opened for foreigners! Indeed this is what they told us in the entrance: “Because of the Coronavirus, foreigners are not allowed.....  more »
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  • There are ancient Chinese cultural relics of various periods. There are also Roman Empire commodities traded through the Silk Road.There are also some neighboring countries Unlike the British Museum, there are no cultural relics looted or stolen from other countries.
  • Nice museum. Excellent exhibition of ancient chinese culture. Entry is free, only passport verification for the tourists done. However it is always crowded. So must have some time in hand and the waiting is worth really.

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