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Tomb of Emperor Jingdi (Hanyangling)

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The joint mausoleum of Emperor Jingdi and Empress Wang, his consort.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed June 9, 2018

Getting there, Number 4 bus from outside exit D at station Shitushuguan station on the metro line 2. Cost 2 Rmb, travel time 40 minutes. This bus is dedicated to this run and these two points are the terminal ends of the run. This is...More

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Reviewed October 21, 2017

My wife and I visited the Tomb of Emperor Jingdi (Hanyangling), in Xi'an, China, in October 2017. You need to have your expectations properly set, or you will be very disappointed with this exhibit, based on much of what I read about it before we...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

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

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A beautiful museum, a hidden gem. The glass walkway provided a wonderful insight as to how it was built. Would really recommend this to everybody. Beautiful view of village life in the old days.

Thank Angietando
Reviewed October 7, 2018

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

2  Thank Bill B
Reviewed October 6, 2018

A place full of mystery. The Golden Age - of Han, when servants were happy (go there and see their faces) as they loved their emperor. Why we do not have such leaders today ?

Thank bogdanm939
Reviewed October 3, 2018

Although most people head to the Terracotta warriors tomb sight, this sight also offers a fascinating view of what another Emperor decided to bury with him. Not only are the objects interesting, but the way the museum is set up is marvelous. Everything is on...More

Thank SLevy1955
Reviewed September 26, 2018 via mobile

This is a wonderful museum to see who the Chinese emperor’s built their tombs. You really get a great view of the mini statues and animals. There are western toilets here but no paper so bring your own. Love how you can walk over the...More

Thank juliebfromindy
Reviewed September 20, 2018

We visited Hanyangling immediately after the terra-cotta warriors. It was interesting to compare them. The figures here are much smaller and less detailed. However, I think they do a better job at portraying everyday life and there is more variety in the figures. It is...More

Thank Melinda O
Reviewed September 20, 2018 via mobile

This is the Tomb of the first emperor of the Han Dynasty and his consort. In concept it is very similar to the more famous clay army of the Qin Dynasty which is just a few years older. However this is done on a reduced...More

Thank AoifeCuRua
Reviewed September 12, 2018

Once again the Chinese have manged to create an excellent museum over the pits of a nearby tomb. There are 72 Emperor tombs in China most of them near Xian - and none have been excavated, they have only uncovered the nearby pits where are...More

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ChinAnna
March 21, 2017|
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Response from Holly M | Reviewed this property |
Yes. We took a bus.
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February 15, 2017|
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Response from DarkSide_UK | Reviewed this property |
We had a private driver, so not a problem. worth googling "tomb of emperor jingdi luggage". Top result is worth reading.
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We have a tour guide took us there.
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