Beijing Shanrong Culture Hall One Day Tour

Beijing One Day Tour of Shanrong Culture Hall and Guyaju

Tour code: BJ-PO-56
Focus: Shanrong Culture Hall, Guyaju
Updated: 2017-September-02

Tour Profile

  • Tour type: private tour
  • Departure: daily
  • Duration: about 8 hours
  • Escorted: yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: easy
  • Kids or elders: possible
  • Starting place: hotel in Beijing
  • Finishing place: hotel in Beijing

Itinerary

Be picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide and private vehicle at 08:30.

Drive to visit Shanrong Culture Hall. Shanrong Culture Hall is located in the hillside of Yuquan Village, the north suburb of Beijing. It is a museum about Shanrong culture built on the site of groups of Shanrong tombs. Shanrong Culture Hall is known as the first museum named as the ancient minority culture in China. Shanrong was a powerful nomadic tribe flourished in the region at the north of Mt. Yanshan during the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warrior State Period(770BC-221BC). Shanrong tombs were discovered in 1984. After many years excavation, 584 tombs have been excavated along with nearly 20,000 items of culture relics about gold, bronze, pottery, jade, agate, turquoise, bone, mussel, etc.

Then visit Guyaju Ruins. Guyaju is the largest cave dwelling ruins that found in China by far. With more than one thousand years of history, the caves were made on a precipitous cliff by a group of ancient people who were not recorded in any history books. The artificial rooms were arranged one by one on three side steep cliffs in the gorge. Guyaju has high value to study the culture of minorities lived in North China.

Be transferred back to your hotel after the whole day tour.
(Lunch)

Quotation for No-Shopping Tour

  • 1 people: 278
  • 2 people: 151
  • 3 people: 129
  • 4 people: 106
  • 5 people: 91
  • 6 people: 78
  • 7 people: 78
  • 8 people: 72
  • 9 people: 67
  • 10-15people: 58
  • 16-25people: 49
  • 26-37people: 34
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  • Include ↓
  • Air-conditioned private car or van,
  • Admission fee of mentioned attractions,
  • English-speaking tour guide,
  • Lunch,
  • Fuel, expressway cost and parking cost,
  • Pick-up from and transfer back to your hotel.
  • Exclude ↓
  • Gratuities to guides and drivers,
  • Personal expense.