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Visited the military museum and was surprised to find it to be free entry, but don’t forget to bring your passport if you are a foreign tourist!
The museum is spacious and there are plenty of planes, tanks and other weaponry to see. There are...More
I must admit that they have loads of valuable military artifacts displayed here, but as my caption said, they just want to display things instead of using the artifacts to retell you the back stories, or to educate the tourists about pros and cons of...More
I was very excited to visit this museum. I read reviews on here before I went. The place seemed to have cool stuff but the people and information on the website is not accurate. I got there at 4pm and they said no in chinese,...More
In 2015 I visited Beijing, and I wanted to visit this museum, but in that ocation they were doing renewal works, so I just had a chance to look at some of their exhibits, mainly war airplanes and tanks, nothing that tells an history. Last...More
Go only if you are interested in aircraft and other military machines. Lots of tanks from America, Russia, and China. There's also a model of the first Chinese spacecraft and other Chinese and Russian aircraft.
You need your passport to enter this museum but it’s free so that’s great. It’s also one of the only places we visited that had decent WiFi. Huzzah!
Inside are many planes, tanks and missiles. It’s basically your standard war museum but there’s no English...More
There are some interesting statues on the outside of this museum paying homage to past struggles it’s people faced. On the inside there are two floors. One with a collection of planes, including an American U2 spy plane. The other floor has mainly tanks and...More