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The Museum of Qin Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses

Qinling North Road, Lintong District, Xi'an 710600, China
+86 29 8139 9127
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Qinling North Road, Lintong District, Xi'an 710600, China
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Reviewed yesterday

Easy to navigate around. The viewing gallery was very crowded by this time. if there are long queues when you visit, it might be worth a miss. You can watch the statues from very great distance in strange crowd

Thank Patela_sant
Reviewed yesterday

Absolutely loved this place. I was taken away by the soldiers . Definite must if you come to Xian. Take your time exploring and if you buy a soldier outside in the market , make sure you bargain. We took a guide which was helpful...More

Thank LaTejana11
Reviewed yesterday

To see the Terracotta Army in China had always been a dream of mine, and it is even better than anticipated. When you enter the first pit, it's huge and breathtaking. You don't realise how many soldiers there are, I've seen lots of stories about...More

Thank HBread1
Reviewed yesterday

No trip to Xian is complete without a trip to see the terracotta warriors. The scale and history of the area is unbelievable. Each warrior is different in shape and size and expression which I found stunning. We had a private tour which I recommend...More

Thank Sage86
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It is difficult to find good accessible tourist attractions in China, but the Terra Cotta Warriors did a good job. One could use a wheelchair with few difficulties, the only limitations being one can only access the viewing area of "pit one" and there was...More

Thank DottyOMalley
Reviewed 2 days ago

What you see is what you get, we booked with China highly successful to ensure we had an English speaking guide. The Terracotta warrior museum exceeds expectations and we got to meet the last the last surviving farmer that found them, got the selfie but...More

Thank AussieRoamers
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I've been traveling in China on business for the last 25 years and never took the time to slow down and see the key sites. I Finally took the time and also brought my wife along for her first trip to Asia. I still had...More

Thank sjenison
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The reason we travelled to Xian and we were not disappointed. Be aware that it is a considerable walk from the entrance/exit to the actual site. There is a restaurant on site which served up a tasty lunch. Take sunscreen and a hat if the...More

Thank Diandvic
Reviewed 2 days ago

Over 2000 years old. They all have different faces, armors. Massive... I read about if to prepare for the visit, but it was just incredible to see this with my own eyes. I highly recommend you take photos in the room with the background picture...More

Thank Reiko K
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Of course we went to see the Terracota warriors and really enjoyed the visit. Great museum and display in a huge area. You should plan for at least a 4 hour visit round trip. Its not to far away, I guess it depends on traffic

Thank xochitl
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agape2000
i am thinking of visiting here with a 5 and 8 year old in september, and wonder how much time i should allow for a visit to the museum?
5 May 2017|
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Response from karenkkl | Reviewed this property |
The museum is very crowded. Most exhibits might be difficult for them to view. Try to get there early to avoid the big, big crowds. I agree with Gabriele: how long are their attention spans and how long will they enjoy... More
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Jo S
Can someone please suggest the Easiest way to get there from Xiang yang, hubei? I'll be traveling on my own.
4 April 2017|
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Amy D
what time should we arrive? is it worth while getting an audio guide? is this easy to access by subway?
28 March 2017|
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Response from autravelbug | Reviewed this property |
Arrive earlier than 10 am or just after midday when crowds start to leave. Avoid public holidays. No subway going to this area but you can take direct bus from Xian railway station.
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