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Here you can watch movement of stars and planets, creation of the solar system, evolution of life, space shuttle simulation and the history of the sun..
Here you can watch movement of stars and planets, creation of the solar system, evolution of life, space shuttle simulation and the history of the sun.
138 Xizhimenwai St (西直门外大街138号; Xīzhíménwàidàjiē)
+86 10 6835 2453
The Paleozoological Museum of China displays Paleolithic specimens along with ancient human and animal fossils
One of the larger parks in Beijing, this is centered around three lakes
Huge park with cherry blossoms, tulips, lake with boats for rent, water park and playgrounds
Play center for children including ball pool, maze and arts and crafts area
Lu Xun (1881-1936) was one of the first and most influential modern Chinese writers
The Lu Xun Museum is housed in the residence of modern Chinese poet and writer Lu Xun (1881 - 1936)
Also known as the Temple of Awakening Life
Built in 1577, this Ming-era temple now houses the Beijing Art Museum, which has a sizable collection of ancient artwork