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Emperor Carriage Museum

Wangcheng Square, Luoyang 471000, China
+86 379 6391 2366
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Interesting one

Emperor Carriage Museum - is really a good unusual museum. Loved being a part of the ancient... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Happy R
Really interesting excavation

I had a really good guide for this so she made it really interesting. There's a lot history to it... read more

Reviewed 26 November 2016
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Emperor Carriage Museum - is really a good unusual museum. Loved being a part of the ancient chinese history

Thank Happy R
Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

I had a really good guide for this so she made it really interesting. There's a lot history to it and the actual excavation I think is worthwhile.

1  Thank mattycq
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Although a small private museum, it is really worth a visit although there is an entrance fee (unlike Luoyang other museums which are normally free). There are 26 remains of ancient carriages and its horses. The fact that the museum is half underground (as they...More

1  Thank Breeze262
Reviewed 2 October 2016

Located in the centre of Luoyang city, we walked to this site from our hotel which was around 20 minutes, or take bus 5, 36, 40, 41, 50, 52, 56, and 86 go there and the bus stop to get off is Wangcheng Square. Entrance...More

1  Thank CharetMelbourne
Reviewed 22 September 2016

This is a very small museum with the main point of interest being the relics of 6 horses pulling an emperors carriage. If you are really interested in history, then perhaps get a guide to explain it all for you, otherwise I don't think it...More

1  Thank mattodowd
Reviewed 20 September 2016

I didn't expect to see such a nicely presented dig site. This is one of the more important sites for Luoyang's history and the small information hall has bilingual if not multilingual descriptions.

Thank Stacia R
Reviewed 6 September 2016

This is a very small excavation, interesting with a little museum of artefacts. The staff are very nice and when we went it was very quiet, just before closing. If you are walking past pop in but unless you are particularly interested don't go out...More

Thank Erin W
Reviewed 5 May 2016

The museum is rather small. Still, we spent about an hour and a half there. Conducting some research before going will definitely enrich your experiences. After all, we are talking about East Zhou Dynasty, well over 2000 years ago. We followed a guide to hear...More

Thank David Z
Reviewed 29 October 2015

This partially excavated grave site is rather like a very small version of parts of the famous Xian warrior pit. Its mainly the remnants of buried chariots and horses. well worth an hour

Thank 65Graham65
Reviewed 24 October 2015

This is a small museum but its contents are exceptional with the remains of chariots and horses in very open pits so easy to take photos ,look for the dogs that are buried there too about 1 hour is enough I me , warning the...More

Thank Pauline C
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