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Zhoukoudian Peking Man Site

Zhoukoudian, Beijing 100028, China
+86 10 6930 1272
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“Peking Man” was the nickname given to the human fossils dating as far back as 18,000 – 11,000 B.C. that were discovered in this small Chinese village. ,
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2 Mar 2017
“Alternative Beijing attraction ”
25 Jul 2016
“He is really a woman in her 50's”
Zhoukoudian, Beijing 100028, China
+86 10 6930 1272
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

If you have seen most of Beijing's main tourist attractions and is willing to see something out of the mainstream, Peking Man is a good option. Unfortunately, the main cave was blocked due to a construction. They are building a huge cover and looks like...More

1  Thank Leandro R
Reviewed 26 July 2016

The site is an active dig, but you cant see any of the activity. I suggest going to the museum first and buy tickets for the show as they are limited then go to the site and finish up at the museum. The museum is...More

2  Thank Seattle60Gary
Reviewed 24 April 2015

I went to the Peking Man World Heritage site by public buses from Beijing and it is quite a lengthy journey. The area is well looked after with neatly trimmed paths, good signposts and viewing points. I found the caves fascinating even though there is...More

4  Thank Roaming2011
Reviewed 5 January 2015

Since my children were learning about stone age etc, we thought it would be a good place for a little education in the midst of our holiday. Old fossils and bones are displayed with explanation in a museum. There is even a 3D film about...More

3  Thank Speis75
Reviewed 28 July 2014

We had previously done most of the more well known attractions of Beijing so decided on a visit to this site. The new Museum that has just opened is first class and would be enjoyed by all including children. It is about 45 minutes from...More

2  Thank Keithfoster
Reviewed 27 April 2014

Having first heard of Peking Man in anthropology classes in university, I had to visit the site while living in China. It's true that there is not a whole lot for average tourists but those with an interest in the field will likely enjoy it....More

4  Thank WaynePod
Reviewed 7 October 2013

This site is my favorite site in Beijing partly for I majored in Anthropology at University. I took the subway to Suzhuan station and then transferred to bus 917. I like the Upper Cave and the exhibition of the museum. This site is good for...More

1  Thank Billy Z
Reviewed 13 September 2012

While in Beijing I hired a car to visit the Peking man caves in the outskirts of Beijing about a 40 ninute drive.It is out of the usual popular tourist destinations.At the site entance there is a huge head of the Peking Man made in...More

5  Thank Jariya
Reviewed 23 May 2012

find the describtion what you can see also from others, i just have to add, that the area is the original one, you can walk through ... and thats it. the museum is 70year-style and you learn nothing. the place is difficulty to reach (but...More

2  Thank joedi2
Reviewed 20 May 2012

I decided to go to the Zhoukoudian site to get out of Beijing and to do something different. For an archaeologist, this might be terrific but as a tourist, this is an attraction that can be skipped. Despite the excellent directions provided here, I ended...More

4  Thank NotThereYet59
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Response from Seattle60Gary | Reviewed this property |
I have a good friend that has a travel agency, an honest one. His name is David Dong. email is traveldavid@hotmail