• Tour code: 7888P10
  • Location: Xi'an, China
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Explore Xian's Museum of the Terracotta Warriors and Banpo Museum with your own personal guide to help bring their ancient treasures alive on a private 8-hour tour. See the mausoleum and Terracotta Army created for the burial of China’s first Qin emperor in 210 BC, and rewind further back in time at the Banpo Museum, viewing the remnants of a Neolithic village. Private transport and central Xian hotel pickup and drop-off included.


  • Private 8-hour Terracotta Warriors Museum and Banpo Museum tour from Xian
  • Explore the Banpo Museum, home to the remains of a Neolithic village
  • See the reconstructed houses and relics of kilns, pottery, and graves
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Terracotta Warriors Museum and Tomb of the Emperor Qin Shi Huang
  • View the 8,000 clay warriors and horses buried in 2010 BC
  • Learn how and why the vast army was created
  • Transport by private vehicle including central Xian hotel pickup and drop-off

What You Can Expect

Xi'an Private Tour: Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, and Banpo Museum

Terracotta Warriors

After hotel pickup in central Xian, travel by private car or minivan to the Banpo Museum on the city’s eastern outskirts.

On route, hear an introduction to Banpo from your guide. The museum occupies the site of a Neolithic village dating from 4,500 BC, and showcases the finds unearthed there.

On arrival, go inside (own expense) to explore, seeing the recreations and remnants of houses and graves, and artefacts such as sickles and pottery. As you look around, learn about the matriarchal society and rich culture of the Yangshao peoples who lived here.

Next, continue to the world-famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, and the Tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang (Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor).

Enter (own expense) the museum for a guided visit, and marvel at the pits holding the clay army of more than 8,000 soldiers, chariots, and horses. Learn how each sculpture was given individual features and buried with the emperor in around 210 BC, before being discovered in 1974. In addition, head into the ante-rooms to view the bronze chariots and weapons that were also found in the pits.

Afterward, return to Xian, where your tour ends with a hotel drop-off.

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