See Xi’an’s famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum on this all-day guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, learn about the museum’s history from an informative guide while marveling at thousands of sculptures of warriors, chariots and horses. Built more than 2,000 years ago—and discovered in the 1970s—they were designed to protect China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, in the afterlife. Enjoy drop-off at Xi’an High Speed Rail Station.
See Xi’an’s Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum on a all-day adventure
Explore Xi’an’s top archaeological attraction with a knowledgeable guide
Marvel at thousands of lifelike warriors, wood chariots, and other figures
Make the most of limited time with hotel pickup and rail station drop-off
Meet your guide at your Xi'an hotel lobby.transferred by comfortable vehicle to Terracotta Army Museum.your guide will share with you the history and story of the area.
The museum covers an area of 16,300 square meters,divided into three sections:No.1 Pit,No.2 Pit,and No. 3 Pit respectively.No.1 Pit is the largest,first opened to the public on China's National Day,1979.there are columns of soldiers at the front,followed by war chariots at the back.No.2 Pit,found in 1976,is 20 meters northeast of No.1 Pit.it contained over a thousand warriors and 90 chariots of wood.it was unveiled to the public in 1994. Archeologists came upon No. 3 Pit also in 1976,25 meters northwest of No.1 Pit.it looked like to be the command center of the armed forces.it went on display in 1989,with 68 warriors,a war chariot and four horses.altogether over 7,000 pottery soldiers, horses, chariots, and even weapons have been unearthed from these pits.most of them have been restored to their former grandeur.the Terracotta Warriors and Horses is a sensational archeological find of all times.it was listed by UNESCO in 1987 as one of the world cultural heritages.
After your tour is finished,You will drop-off at Xi'an High Speed Rail Station.