There are 3 covered pits to view plus a gift shop/intro movie in the round plus a restaurant. The movie, shown in 360 degrees while you stand, is just ok but would be improved by the doors being closed so there is more darkness. It's only about 10 minutes though. The farmer who discovered the warriors was in the gift shop signing autographs of his book. The "pits" were amazing. A guide is really helpful to understanding the full experience. The restaurant was a semi-buffet with 2 types of noodles, cold stuffs, desserts and several types of hot foods plus tea, coffee or a soft drink for about 65 rmb ($11 US). It was worth it, if you are there at a meal time.
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