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The Museum of Qin Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses

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One of the most significant archaeological finds in the world, this 16,300-square-meter excavation reveals more than 7,000 life-size terracotta figures of warriors and horses arranged in battle formations.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Qinling North Road, Lintong District, Xi'an 710600, China
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Reviewed today

To be able to see the warriors and horses being painstakingly pieced together is amazing - you can get really close to the excavation and well worth spending time there.

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Reviewed yesterday

This is the most amazing discovery - the details on each statue, horse, chariot leaves one in wonder. it is a must see in your life time.

Thank mary f
Reviewed yesterday

The last time we visited this place was in 1992. The area has changed a lot. It used to have street vendor on the outside of the park selling the souvenirs but they are none this time. It’s nice to revisit the Tera cotta worriers...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What an awesome display. Only about 2000 of the 6000 warriors have been unearthed. And unbelievable crowds. Well done tour and lots of history.

Thank GypsyKelly
Reviewed yesterday

If you want to be awed and spend time in your head thinking about this incredible find, instead of on your phone, take a leap of faith and travel to the Museum of Qin Terra cotta Warriors and Horses. You'll ask yourself, how did they...More

Thank 998Traveler
Reviewed 3 days ago

Reading from the written book on Terra-cotta Warriors and horses will not be as good as you personally visit to the site and experience it. I gained more knowledge in the amazing museum and exhibition halls. Need to have a local tourist guide to explain...More

Thank sy3717
Reviewed 3 days ago

Spent most of a day at the three buildings on this site. Almost beyond comprehension. Added fascination - very much an active archaeological site. Lots of opportunities to see excavations, artifact cleaning, reconstruction, etc. One might want to bring binoculars, since Building 1 is larger...More

Thank SchrodingerCat
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is an amazing and awesome museum.The amount of time and work involved is so mind boggling. the experience was even more fun and educational because of our wonderful, experienced tour guide Jessica from Gate 1.. Saw some soldiers at the National Geographic Museum many...More

Thank 746norbertoa
Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited as part of a tour and spent a total of 4 hours here.....3.5 would have been plenty though. There are 4 main exhibition halls, number 1 having the rowed warriors.....we were a tad disappointed in the number of warriors uncovered (we imagined more...More

1  Thank RichardF38
Reviewed 4 days ago

We were lucky to be traveling on our own, we chose to take a public bus (one hour ride and only $1!) and were the first to arrive. The museum is exactly as I expected it to be and it was fabulous to enjoy it...More

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WongYL
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Response from suikingcarolinem | Reviewed this property |
I understand Hong Kong citizens can also enjoy discount at tourist sites like museum if he is 60 or 65 (at different discount rate) and at 70 is usually free. According to my experience the different discount rate varies... More
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16 June 2018|
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It is my experience that Chinese are not used to replying to email inquiries or complaints, or even complimentary words...The best way is to call and talk to someone over the phone if you have suggestions/complaints.
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14 June 2018|
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Response from Joanne B | Reviewed this property |
Hi yes you can, and they will have someone push you around if you need it, I think it cost around $70 Australian dollars, not sure, one of the people on our tour hired one
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