Explore ancient imperial tombs and an important Buddhist temple on this all-day guided tour. After a convenient hotel pickup, choose two sites and travel by private vehicle to the 2,000-year-old tomb of Emperor Jingdi of the Han Dynasty. Explore the terracotta figures before heading to the museum which incorporates modern technology, historical culture, and garden landscapes for an interactive experience.
Explore China’s ancient imperial mausoleums
See the tomb of Emperor Jingdi and China’s only governing empress
Admire the terracotta figures and the interactive museum
Make the most of limited time with convenient hotel pickup and drop-off
The Hanyang Mausoleum Museum is located in Xianyang City's Licheng District to the north of Xi'an City. The Hanyang Mausoleum is the joint burial site of Liu Qi (Emperor Jing of Han) and his consort empress, Wang. It is mainly composed of the Imperial Mausoleum, the Empress's Mausoleum, the Southern Burial Pit, the Northern Burial Pit, the Ceremonial Building, the Funerary Yard, the Criminals' Cemetery and the Yanglingyi. A Hanyang Mausoleum Museum has also been built. This is a cultural tourism scenic spot that integrates modern technology, historical culture and garden landscapes.