Fuyou Temple, located east of the north end of Beichang Street in Xicheng District, was built during the reign of Emperor Shizong of the Qing Dynasty.
The Former Residence of Lu Xun (1881-1936), a Chinese style home built around a courtyard, is situated near Fuchengmen in the West City District
The Randeng Pagoda is one of the Beijing Cultural Relics Units, located in the north of Tongzhou district, Beijing.
Built from 1119 to 1120 in the Tianzuo Emperor in Liao Dynasty, Tianning Temple Pagoda was a valuable memento of the Nanjing City in Liao Dynasty.
National Art Museum of China is located on Wusi Avenue which is dedicated to collection, research and exhibitions of modern and contemporary artistic works in China
The museum reviews the history of tap water in Beijing since its beginning in 1908.
The Great Hall of the People is located west of Tian'anmen Square and south of Chang'an Avenue and is where the National People's Congress is held.
Wanshou Temple is located on Suzhou street in Beijing. In addition to being a Buddhist temple, Wanshou Temple also houses the Beijing Art Museum.
After being integrated with the Chinese Postal Museum, the China Stamp Museum opened to the public on August 22, 2007.
The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall is located in Tian'anmen Square and occupies an area of 5.72 hectares. Its total construction area is 3,3867 square meters.