Baiyun Temple is located 1,500 meters southeast of the Muxidi subway station and is the biggest Taoist temple in Beijing.
Fire God Temple, also called "Huode Zhenjun Temple", is located outside the Shichahai Area.
The Guangji Temple was built in late Song Dynasty and houses a library of well-preserved cultural relics.
Located at Nanhengjie, Xuanwumenwai, Xicheng District, Shengan Temple, or relic site of Shengan Temple, was first built during 1123-1135
The China Numismatic Museum is a national museum dedicated to collecting and displaying coins and notes.
Located to the east of Liuxiang Road, west of Haizibian, Sansheng Nunnery was called Sansheng Temple Street
Yinding Bridge is a single-arch stone arch bridge facing south and north.
Located at No 39 Shouliu Hutong, Xicheng District, Muslim Female Temple, simplified Female Mosque
Xianliang Ancestral Temple is located in No 103 West Street of Dianmen in Xicheng District
The Church of the Saviour is a historic Catholic church in the Xicheng District, Beijing.