People tend to check in during these times:
Formerly known as Museum of the Chinese Revolution and the National Museum of Chinese History.
Opened from 7am to 5pm, bring ur ID with u. Tickets - free :)
photography is permitted.
Extremely huge!!I'm lost in the museum!!broken leg ;(
Almost everything is closed inside... one hour inside is definitely enough. Hopefully in the future they gonna open more stuff later.
Every monday is closed. Every museum is same in Beijing.
So many people queued.
Buy a ticket at north gate for 10 to avoid the lines
Louis Vuitton Voyage Exhibiton - 6 June to 30 Aug 2011
Best part is definitely the Ancient China exhibit that takes up the entire basement.
It is prohibited to wear white shoes, they will become black after intensive queuing with Chinese folks
Free entrance for all human in the world. Being identity doc.
Long line for free admission. Any fser here?
Not crowded. Weekdays is so peaceful. The security is very severe.
Super crowded place. You have to wait for 30 minutes to get the tickets and another one hour to get in the show room.
In Summer 2014 there's a temporary exhibition on the top floor about Chinese diplomacy. It's curated in a very partial way.
Admission is not obvious. Non-Chinese have to turn to the right, show a passport & get a free ticket, then turn left & pass security.
The cafe on the ground floor is very reasonable and a welcome place to stop and rest.
Make a online reservation for easy and free entry, otherwise you have to queue outside the gate.
Just show your passport to get a free ticket
Huge place with multiple floors. We spent two hours just on the top floor. Free admission but bring your ID/passports with you
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