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This was my 2nd time to Drum Tower. Suggest to come during day and night. Day time you can see 24 largest drums to represent the 24 seasons in a year. Every drum recorded their function. Drum tower can mark one of the largest and...More
We found the Drum Tower a really nice stop with lots to see and even hear with scheduled live musical performances. Though short, they are well done and give a deeper appreciation to the musical culture of China at no extra cost for your visit....More
One ticket gets you access to both towers. They are as both well restored.
The drum tower has several free performances on the first floor through the day.
Relative calm areas from the busy traffic and packed Muslim Street area.
Bell Tower on traffic island...More
The Drum Tower together with the Bell Tower are 2 important landmarks in Xi'an. From both there are commanding views of the city. The Drum Tower houses beautiful drums and Chinese furniture. At night the towers are lit and have a completely different feeling than...More
We can recommend a visit to the Xi’an Drum Tower which is conveniently located in the centre of Xi’an making it very easy to find. It is a very colourful building with interesting traditional Chinese furniture throughout.
I thought I would follow this up... obviously I checked the various websites for this attraction and got contradictory information. That's why I was asking for clarification here. Anyway, I just got back from Xi'an and both... More
I thought I would follow this up... obviously I checked the various websites for this attraction and got contradictory information. That's why I was asking for clarification here. Anyway, I just got back from Xi'an and both towers closed at 18:00. You can still enjoy seeing them from outside and walking around the area, but to go inside, you must visit before18:00.