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19 Nov 2014

Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution Part 1, Beijing

Beijing [北京] • 19 NOVEMBER 2014
The Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution is a fascinating museum to visit if you are interesting in military. Also it is a great place to get a political and historical education of China.

Outside the warehouse full of tanks, cannons, jets and machine guns. The collection is very impressive . Before you go do read about history of China, you will learn a lot from there.

On our way to the Military Museum 

Still under Construction only the outdoor exhibits are open. The main building is still being renovated. Since we could not go inside, we only spent an hour. Despite this, it is still worth a visit. 

The China People's Revolution Military Museum is closed for a complete rebuild, but all of the larger exhibits (weapons) have been moved outside to the giant front courtyard and are now housed in several tin buildings with open sides.

School children were taken there for educational tour of the war museum.

Show your passport and get in free. Entrance free, but need show passport or id to get a ticket. They have different sections dedicated to each time of China's history. 

They have lots of amazing stuff here. It's also very interesting to see how different parts of the world view history. This would be a very enjoyable experience if you're into history or military history.

The museum is accessible by Line 1 of the Beijing Subway at the Military Museum Station and city bus routes 1, 4, 21, 65, 68, 205, 308, 320, 337, 617, 728, and 802.

Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution
Address: No. 9, Fuxing Road, Haidian District, Beijing.
Zip Code: 100038
Telephone: 0086-10-66817161
Opening time: 8:30 to 16: 00
Bus Route: Underground railway, and bus Nos. 1, 4 and etc, get off in the station of Military Museum.

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