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The joint mausoleum of Emperor Jingdi and Empress Wang, his consort.
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Zhanjiawan Village, Xi'an, China
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is like the terra-cotta warriors only miniaturized. The neat thing about this place it is SO less crowded and you can get right up to and on top of the digging sites! They have glass over and around the sights! There isn't alot of...More

Thank R_T867
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was an addition to our customized tour of the Terracotta Warriors. We had 8 hours and Tina included this museum on our way to the airport. Very interesting site, tho not as impressive as the Warriors. It helped with understanding the history.

Thank Connie S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was much bigger than I thought it was going to be! You feel like you’re completely lost in farm land. Sign posts are extremely uncommon here, unfortunately, so if you’re able to use your maps on your phone. Very easy to get to, line...More

Thank westernvagab0nd
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While the tomb is MUCH smaller than the terracotta warriors site, we really enjoyed coming here for the contrast. We were the only ones there and could take our time really looking at the artifacts. The tomb has glass over the sites so you can...More

Thank hinalea
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The museum is very new and very clean and during the time we visited, not many others were there. However it was a great way to see how the ancient emperors' view of afterlife and the effort goes into building this tomb.

Thank Louie_AU
Reviewed 9 June 2018

Getting there, Number 4 bus from outside exit D at station Shitushuguan station on the metro line 2. Cost 2 Rmb, travel time 40 minutes. This bus is dedicated to this run and these two points are the terminal ends of the run. This is...More

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Reviewed 9 June 2018

Since it was near the airport (20min away), our family visited the museum before going to the airport for our midday flight. The site was very well preserved. Temperature and humidity were controlled. I think they learned from their errors of past decades, as the...More

Thank kandylee8
Reviewed 2 June 2018

Don't just see the Terra Cotta warriors. The warriors here are smaller and, at one time, had wooden arms, which disintegrated over time. You walk on a glass surface and look right into the pits. Not as martial as the Terra Cota warriors but more...More

Thank MWG12
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Not far from the terracotta warriors. The place is so special without any crowds. A wonderful video presentation before looking around. The figures are smaller but were covered in silk and had wooden arms. They show women warriors and eunuchs. You get to walk through...More

Thank Clarky57
Reviewed 26 May 2018

Getting there & back: There is bus "You 4" from Shitushuguan (City Library); the bus stop is just outside exit D of the metro station. The mausoleum is the other terminal and it makes a very brief stop there before making the return journey. Published...More

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21 March 2017|
Response from Holly M | Reviewed this property |
Yes. We took a bus.
16 February 2017|
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Response from DarkSide_UK | Reviewed this property |
We had a private driver, so not a problem. worth googling "tomb of emperor jingdi luggage". Top result is worth reading.
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24 April 2015|
Response from Roderick G | Reviewed this property |
We have a tour guide took us there.