China Railway Museum
中國鐵道博物館 The China Railway Museum is worth a visit for railroad enthusiasts or those with children.
Built in a huge warehouse, the museum covers 16,500 square meters. The first railroad was built in China in 1876 and the museum houses trains built between 1881 and 1979. The trains were constructed in China, Britain, the United States, Japan and Belgium.
Average time for this activity (in hrs):
Opening hours: 9:00am until 5:00pm
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Longitude: 40.012628; Latitude: 116.507607. Satellite view does not match the Map view due to Google's rendering.
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