Hot: Life Experience Pavilion of Beijing Expo 2019 (北京世园会生活体验馆)

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List of Attractions

The Palace Museum (故宫博物院)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
The Forbidden City was the seat of Imperial power for 500 years, and it is now one of China s major tourist attractions
Address:
No. 4 Jingshan Front Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Very interesting relics | Top Beijing museum
Temple of Heaven (天坛公园)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
It is China s largest and most representative existing masterpiece among China’s ancient sacrificial buildings
Address:
No. 1, Tiantan Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Place of historical interest | Fantastic architecture | Great for taking walks | Tourist hotspot with iconic altars
Prince Gong's Mansion (恭王府)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
Prince Gong s Mansion is the most well preserved mansion in Beijing
Address:
No. 17, Qianhai West Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing.
Key words:
Place of historical interest | Well preserved Ming dynasty site | Loved by history fans | Beautiful gardens
The Summer Palace (颐和园)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
The Summer Palace is the largest existing and the best-preserved royal garden in China, was one of the “Three Hills and Five Gardens” in the western suburbs of Beijing
Address:
No. 19, Xinjiangongmen Road, Haidian District, Beijing 海淀区新建宫门路19号
Key words:
Interesting cultural relics | Lakes and boating opportunities | Good for walking | Place of historical interest
Badaling Great Wall (八达岭长城风景名胜区)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
Badaling Great Wall was officially opened to tourists in 1958, the earliest section of the Great Wall to be opened to tourists and receives the largest number of visitors
Address:
In the southwestern part of Yanqing District, Beijing
Key words:
Place of Historical interest | Great views | Good for walking | Fantastic architecture
Ming Tombs (明十三陵)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
The Ming Tombs are a collection of mausoleums built by the emperors of the Ming dynasty of China, collectively known as the Thirteen Tombs of the Ming Dynasty
Address:
Foot of Tianshou Mountain, Changping District, Beijing
Key words:
Ancient ruins | Place of great historical interest |Beautiful scenery | Interesting ancient site
The Great Wall at Mutianyu (慕田峪长城)
Rating:
AAAAA
Introduction:
Mutianyu Great Wall is one of the most well-known Great Wall sections in Beijing and played an important role among the Ming Great Wall sections
Address:
Mutianyu Village, Bohai Town, Huairou District, Beijing City
Key words:
Ancient ruins | Place of great historical interest | Beautiful scenery | Dramatic views
The Temple of Confucius (孔庙)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The Temple of Confucius in Beijing is the place where people paid homage to Confucius during the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties
Address:
No. 13 Guozijianbei Street, Andingmennei, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Place of cultural heritage | Peaceful temple | Beautiful painted murals | Place of interest to scholars
Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall (北京市规划展览馆)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Through advanced technology, substantially vivid content, and interesting ways that are often presented, the exhibition hall introduces the development history, urban patterns, and panoramic view of the modern urban planning
Address:
No. 20 Dongda Road, Qianmen Gate, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Tourism destination for international visitors| Modern wonder of Beijing | Interesting historical resources | Stunning scale models
Ming City Walls Ruins Park (明城墙遗址公园)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The Ming City Wall, first built in the Ming Dynasty, used to run about 40 kilometers The remaining relic, which is about 1 5 kilometers long, used to be part of the inner city wall of Beijing
Address:
Dongbianmen, Dongdajie Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Ancient city walls | Ancient ruins | Place of historical significance | Beijing top park
Zhongshan Park (中山公园)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Built in 1421 by the Ming Yongle Emperor, Zhongshan Park was where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties made offerings to the gods of earth and agriculture and became a public park in 1911
Address:
No. 4, Zhonghua Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Sanctuary inside the city | Beautiful views | Great for a stroll | Picturesque with trees and bambooo
Shichahai Scenic Area (什刹海风景区)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
This scenic area contains the largest and best-preserved age-old block in the city
Address:
Opposite the north gate of Beihai Park, Di’anmen West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Ming and Qing dynasty historical site | Offers insight into traditional dwellings | Interesting refurbished sites | beautiful courtyards
Beihai Park (北海公园)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Beihai Park is one of the oldest, largest, and best-preserved of all the ancient imperial gardens in China
Address:
No. 1 Wenjin Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Good for exploring | In close proximity of Tiananmen | Man made hill | Buddhist Dagoba | Great lakeside views
Beijing Zoo (北京动物园)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The Beijing Zoo mainly exhibits China’s wild and rare animals The Giant Pandas are one of the most popular exhibits, but other popular animals include the Sichuanese golden, yaks, enormous sea turtles, polar bears from the North Pole and so forth
Address:
No. 137 Xiwai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Imperial residence | Largest aquarium | Interesting wildlife | Beautiful gardens
Beijing Aquarium (北京海洋馆)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The stellar Beijing Aquarium is a worthwhile diversion in the northeastern corner of the Beijing Zoo
Address:
No. 137 Xiwai Street, Xizhimen, Haidian District, Beijing
Key words:
Place of scientific interest | Natural science museum | Enjoyed by children and students | Historical science exhibits
Jingshan Park (景山公园)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Jingshan Park is the best place in downtown Beijing to have a panoramic view of Beijing and the Forbidden City
Address:
No. 44 Jingshan West Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Place of historic interest | Picturesque pavillions | Beijing top park | Great views
Capital Museum (首都博物馆)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The Capital Museum was established in 1981 with a collection of some 83,000 objects
Address:
No. 16, Fuxingmenwai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Historical artifacts| Great works of art | Unique architecture | Cultural resources | Rare collections
Taoranting Park (陶然亭公园)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Taoranting Park is a city park located to the north of Beijing s Southern Railway Station in Xicheng District, the southern part of the city
Address:
No. 19 Taiping Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Opportunities for boating | Great recreation area | Local favorite | Place of historical significance
Beijing Happy Valley (北京欢乐谷)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Beijing s most popular amusement park also exhibits sculptures, performances and has opened an IMAX theater for those hoping to see a movie during their visit
Address:
Xiaowuji Beilu, Dongsihuan, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Key words:
Exciting theme park | Great rides | Place for family fun | Has an IMAX Cinema
China Science and Technology Museum (中国科学技术馆)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The museum runs various kinds of training courses and experiment programs which help to hone visitors’ practical skills and abilities
Address:
No. 5, Beichendonglu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Key words:
360 degree cinema | Scientific exhibits | State of the art technology | Science park enjoyed by children