Park and museum with buildings and exhibitions showing the characteristics of China's 56 nationalities

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Private Day Tour: See Chinese Ethnic Park Plus Olympic Village And Lama Temple With Dim Sum Lunch At Jindingxuan

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See the Chinese Ethnic Culture Park, a theme park displaying the culture and social life of China’s 56 ethnic groups. P...

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Chinese Ethnic Culture Park, Beijing

Park and museum with buildings and exhibitions showing the characteristics of China's 56 nationalities.

Park and museum with buildings and exhibitions showing the characteristics of China's 56 nationalities. This does give a good overview and a better understanding of the diversity of China, but everything seems a bit dated and dusty.


Hours

Sun

8:30

18:00

Mon

8:30

18:00

Tue

8:30

18:00

Wed

8:30

18:00

Thu

8:30

18:00

Fri

8:30

18:00

Sat

8:30

18:00

About Chinese Ethnic Culture Park

 1 Minzuyuan Road

 +86 10 6206 36

 [email protected]

 www.emuseum.org.cn

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