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World Park Beijing, Beijing

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Travel the world without ever leaving the city at World Park Beijing, a cultural attraction featuring scale models of some of the world's most famous landmark buildings, natural features, and structures. Opened in 1993 and set over a 46.7 hectare (115.4 acre) site, the open-air sculpture park contains over 100 replicas of natural and man-made attractions, including the Grand Canyon, the Eiffel Tower, and the Venus de Milo. Separated into continents by bodies of water representing the seas, each separate area includes cultural performances and eateries related to that part of the world. Arrange your visit to World Park Beijing and discover more family-friendly attractions in Beijing using our Beijing trip itinerary maker.
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  • Nice replicas of the wonders. Walking around would be difficult. We rented a small vehicle and was very convenient!! 
  • World Park in Beijing is a rare museum in open-air setting of constructions across ancient building through architectural wonders of sights and everyday infrstructures. It is also a preservation of hi...  read more »
  • Typically Chinese great work but not perfect in detail. It is hot here in Summer so suggest like others getting there at opening and renting a cart. We took the subway there which was easy. Overall gr...  read more »
  • Worth a visit on a warm, sunny day although the park has seen better days. Many of the miniature attractions are rather tatty and in need of renovation. The Eiffel Tower is probably one of the better models and provides a great backdrop for photos. Others, such as London's Tower Bridge and Big Ben are somewhat out of proportion. Ticket price [2011] is around 65 RMB per person. Kids are free. The Beijing World Park (Beijing Shìjiè Gongyuán), was built as a theme park that attempted to give visitors the chance to see the world without having to leave Beijing, or indeed China. The park covers 46.7 hectares and is located in the south western Fengtai District of Beijing some 17 km from the city centre. The park opened in 1993 and is estimated to receive 1.5 million visitors annually. The World, a 2004 film directed by Jia Zhangke, was shot in and around the Beijing World Park. Given many Chinese are now able to travel abroad, the park attracts far less visitors, though it remains a popular location for newly-weds who can often be seen having their wedding photos being taken.
  • sucks place
  • 名字很大,世界公园,不过建筑真的蛮好的,原谅我是个喜爱建筑的人
  • 建筑设计很有特色,很喜欢
  • The Park is interesting, but somehow did not impress. Repel local Chinese who at all tourists trying to earn. At the entrance or exit of running Chinese. Photographs and offers then make Keychain with photo and refers to the price of 10 Yuan. Then prints and photo keychain and already calls another price. It turns out 10 Yuan is only one side of the keychain with photo. + another party + Keyring + just pictures .... As a result, bred by a decent amount. The entrance fee is 100 Yuan.
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