Service

  • How to buy tickets?
  • How to plan the tour route?
  • What are the notices in the Park?

This column will help you get better experience and service during the visit.

You will find useful information in our traffic guide, booking information and the guide to tourist service facilities.

The contents of this topic include: route map, booking information, tourist guide, tour guide service and other special service available in tourist service center. There are also information about souvenir shops, catering and so on.

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Transportation Notice to Visitors Ticket Information Contact Us

 

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Transportation

China Ethnic Museum is 23km away from Capital Airport, 10 km away from Beijing Railway Station and 15 km away from Beijing Western Railway Station. There are expressways surrounded such as Jingchang expressway, Fourth circle highway, Beichen highway and the Third Circle highway. These highways provided a convenient transportation. Over 10,000 square meters of car parking areas are available for 600 cars and 50 buses. The tourist routes inside the park are well designed and Chinese/English guideposts are available. 

By Car:

  Beichen Highway, Beituchengxilu, Jin-Zang expressway ( G6 ), the Third and the Fourth circle roads are connected to the ethnic park road.

The Subway:

  Take circle line 2 to the Andingmen station to change buses 407 or 113. Take circle line 10 or line 8 to Beitucheng Station.

By Bus:

  Take 607 to the Minzuyuan Park.

  Take 113, 345, 55, 315, 344, 695, 670, 919, 689, 909 or 618 to Qijiahuozi station, walk to the east.

  Take 21, 81 or 82 to Beituchengxiludongkou station, walk to the north.

  Take 386, 658 or 740 to Beichenqiaoxi station, walk to the south.

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Notice to Visitors

Notice to visitors

To protect cultural relics, buildings and the environment in the park, following rules are predefined.

  • Take good care of ethnic cultural heritage and respect the customs of all ethnic groups.
  • Take good care of cultural relics, buildings and public facilities. Do not put graffiti on, carve, or stick anything on the relics; do not make rubbings.
  • Take good care of lawns, trees and crops. Do not pick flowers, break twigs, collect crops and fruit from trees; do not carve on the trees, go over hedges or walk on the grass. Be gentle with animals; do not threaten or throw stones at them.
  • Keep the environment clean. Spitting, littering, pets, swimming and fishing are prohibited.
  • The park is top class fire prevention area. Smoking, firing, shooting, slingshots, explosives or flammables are restricted.
  • No peddling or illegal trading. No distributing of ads or propaganda materials in any form. Commercial tape recording and photography are not allowed in the park.
  • Except for non-motorized wheelchairs and prams, no vehicles are allowed in the park.
  • Unauthorized vehicles are not allowed to park in front of the park entrance. No peddler stalls are allowed.
  • Leave the park before closing hours. Do not linger or stay in the park at night.
  • Please follow the public conventions and predefined rules. Please maintain public order.

Guide to Water-Splashing

Welcome to the Dai Water-Splashing Festival. Please read carefully and respect the following regulations:

  • Respect to the Dai customs and traditions.
  • For the sake of safety and hygiene, please buy special basins at the store and get water from jars and wells at the square. Do not splash water to the Manfeilong Tower, lawns and rest areas. Do not splash with water hoses or drinks.
  • Splash and get water from the jars only after the Dai performers start splashing. Please avoid scramble for basins held by the performers or throwing basins, cans or bottles. Any injuries incurred by your improper behavior are your responsibility.
  • Please take good care of water jars and other public facilities. You will be charged for damage incurred to the facilities.
  • To avoid slipping, do not run on the wet ground. Mind your belongings to keep them from getting wet or lost.
  • When enjoying splashing, please take good care of the aged, women and children.

The Chinese Ethnic Culture Park

The China Ethnic Museum 

 

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Ticket Information

  1. Ticket for adults is 90 Yuan/per person.
  2. Ticket for student is 65 Yuan/per person (valid student ID required).
  3. Ticket for handicapped is 65 Yuan/per person. Valid certificate required. Free for first class handicapped veteran certificate holders.
  4. Special discount of 36 Yuan for winter vacation and 52 Yuan for summer vacation per person for students (valid student ID required).
  5. Senior citizens aged from 60 to 79 may have special ticket of 65 Yuan/per person with a valid ID or certificate.
  6. Each adult ticket holder may either bring a child under 1.3 meters or an aged over 80 (valid ID for ages required).
  7. Special 2 Yuan ticket is required for entrance of Tibetan Mandala Altar.
  8. Holders of museology certificate may have special ticket for 65 Yuan/per person.
  9. The tickets are not refundable.
  10. Visitor group over 15 persons may hold official certificate to book the group ticket.
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Contact Us

Address: No.1, Minzuyuan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

Postcode: 100101

Fax: +86(010)62063650

Email: office@emuseum.org.cn

Information inquiries: +86(010)62063646, 62063647 or 62063645.

Service claim call: +86(010)62063618.

Dinner reservation: +86(010)62049930.

Office for rent: +86(010)62063759.

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