The Shijia Hutong Museum explores the local history of one of Beijing's oldest hutongs, the Shijia Hutong in Dongcheng district

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Off The Beaten Path Beijing Walking Tour including the Hutong Museum and Tea Break

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...ll-group walking tour. You'll visit the Shijia Hutong Museum, explore two or three hutongs, tour a local wet market, and...

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Small-Group Beijing Beihai Park and Hutong Tour with a Professional Photographer

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... and its nearby 'hutong', a web of low alleyways with traditional courtyard houses, and visit the Shijia Hutong Museum.

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Shijia Hutong Museum, Beijing

The Shijia Hutong Museum explores the local history of one of Beijing's oldest hutongs, the Shijia Hutong in Dongcheng district.

The Shijia Hutong Museum explores the local history of one of Beijing's oldest hutongs, the Shijia Hutong in Dongcheng district. The exhibition has a large scale model of the entire hutong in 1949, along with photo archives, sound recordings, details of well-known residents and items from the everyday life of the local residents.


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About Shijia Hutong Museum

 24 史家胡同, Beijing, China

Shijia Hutong Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Forbidden City

The Forbidden City, also known as the Palace Museum, is the imperial palace of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, a grand-standing symbol of the might and stateliness of their court

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Founded in 1996

National Art Museum of China

Tongjiao Temple

Originally used by eunuchs but now actively used by nuns

Zhihua Temple

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Wangfujing

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Wan Fung Art Gallery

Worth a peek if you're in the area

Yabaolu

Imperial Ancestral Temple

The Imperial Ancestral Temple is where sacrificial ceremonies were held to honor the imperial family's ancestors during the Ming and Qing Dynasties