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Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Museum

101 Chengnei St, Fengtai District, Beijing 100165, China
+86 10 8389 3163
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Worthwhile and interesting.

Not all of the displays have English captions but overall a very informative and clear explanation... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
jstewp
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Brisbane, Australia
The greatness of China on display. With a tad of propaganda

I really like this museum because it shows the point of view of China on the war. Sometimes it... read more

Reviewed 14 July 2017
François V
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Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands
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3 weeks ago
“Worthwhile and interesting.”
14 Jul 2017
“The greatness of China on display. With a tad of propaganda”
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101 Chengnei St, Fengtai District, Beijing 100165, China
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+86 10 8389 3163
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Not all of the displays have English captions but overall a very informative and clear explanation of these terrible and sad times for the people of China. The staff were very friendly.

Thank jstewp
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

I really like this museum because it shows the point of view of China on the war. Sometimes it looks like they think that they were the best in the war and that they taught the other allies everything. The Japanese have done horrible things...More

Thank François V
Reviewed 17 June 2016 via mobile

Excellent Museum on the brutality of the Japanese Empire from the Chinese perspective. It's a bit of a trek so best to get a Taxi for the day 400 Yuan and visit a few sites.

1  Thank Stuart P
Reviewed 16 April 2016

It's a 1.8 km walk (25 min) from exit D of the Dawayao metro station on line 14. All items are beautifully arranged, behind glass, with simple English details. The museum provides good detail in all aspects of the Chinese people’s war against Japanese aggression,...More

1  Thank Paulo D
Reviewed 2 January 2016

This museum is a 'must see' for anybody who is keen to understand the tensions between China and Japan that persist to the present day. It gives a very thorough rundown of what China calls its 'People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression' from 1937-1945....More

Thank Simon M
Reviewed 30 November 2015

Finally after many visits in Beijing if found some free time to visit this museum. I planned 2-3 hours but actually i stayed for 6 hours (still to less). I am interested in Chinese History of the last 100 years. During the visit I learned...More

Thank lackahderfla
Reviewed 1 October 2015

While the efforts made to over emphasize the Communists role in fighting WWII are almost comical at times, this really is a must see. The pictures and information regarding Japanese atrocities are accurately portrayed. This is now on the must see list for all my...More

Thank PhilS54325
Reviewed 21 September 2015

Most westerners are used to a WWII history told upon European or US perspective. But the Eastern battle field is by no means dispensable. This museum shows the lesser known side of the War, its unprecedented cruelty, hardship and sacrifice. As part of the high-profile...More

1  Thank tensaisimon
Reviewed 3 September 2015

This museum is situated in the old Wan Ping Fortress; close to Marco Polo Bridge in Fengtai District Beijing; It tells you about the role China played during WWII; the suffering of the people and why China and Japan have a 'not so warm relationship'...More

1  Thank Yanikah
Reviewed 21 August 2015

A very interesting museum though there are some things you can't unsee. It's a little tough to follow in English and I knew most of the story going in. But, lots of good artifacts and photos.

Thank michael n
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Response from PhilS54325 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is free. I have not needed to show passport there. I just walk in and turn left. They are VERY happy to see Foreigners there. If you are ever at a Chinese location generally you can wave any card at them... More
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