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The tomb is part of the museum at the Terracotta Warrior Site and if you take a guided tour you will most likely get a combined ticket to all the on site attractions, fascinating exhibits of what has been brought out of the tomb so...More
There is not much to see but it can be a good short side trip to fill out your itinerary. For the world traveler it may not be as interesting as it would be for more of a local or someone deeply interested in Chinese...More
ok, if you are staying in xian for 5 days or something and want to visit all the historical places, than you can visit this place.
but if you are in xian for a day or two. this is not worth it.
definitely similar to...More
This site is close to the airport so we recommend that you book a taxi to wait for you for your return. It doesn't have taxis waiting for you and is visited far less by tourists. It is however absolutely fabulous and well worth the...More
This was like the terracotta warriors but in miniature and with more variety in items that the emporer created (not just an army) - he had animals, dishes, etc as well. It was cool to see the way they're actually digging this stuff out and...More
With several other things to do, this visit is only a “filler”, as you see artifacts and items that were unburied but you’re not allowed to see the Emperor tomb site. I wouldn’t go there again. Our group had it planned as we needed to...More
This is the burial site of the Han dynasty emperor, Jingdi. Jingdi was probably the greatest emperor of that dynasty which was very formative of Chinese history and culture.
The actual tomb of the emperor has not been excavated on account of Chinese government policy...More