China Nationalities Museum (China Ethnic Culture Park), Beijing

(3.7/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
The China Railway Museum is a Chinese museum preserving locomotives built in the People's Republic of China since 1949. The museum offers a total exhibition space of 16500m² and 8 exhibition tracks.The museum is located in Chaoyang District of Beijing City, some 15 km northeast of downtown Beijing, inside the circular test track that is part of the China National Railway Test Centre. It also has a branch in downtown Beijing, in the former Zhengyangmen East Railway Station near Tian'anmen Square.Downtown branchIn 2008, the Beijing Railway Museum was opened in 2008 in the former Zhengyangmen East Railway Station of the Jingfeng Railway, just southeast of the Tian'anmen Square. In October 2010, Beijing Railway Museum was renamed to the Zhengyangmen Branch (正阳门馆) of the China Railway Museum.
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  • Anyone who's been to China knows how unlikely it is to find any public place empty. When I visited this museum, it was in the middle of a weekend day and there was not a single soul there. I literally...  more »
  • This place is such a mess, literally, that it can be quite amusing to see. The replicas of different Chinese architecture are mostly fake and abandoned, the only other people I saw in the park were so...  more »
  • This is a very large open air park, with an excellent display of real size replicas of the houses and temples of different Chinese ethnic groups and how they live. Except on Monday, which is regarded ...  more »