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The Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang

The Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang

4.7/51,712 Reviews
Famous Residences
Open from 1/1-12/31,9:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
The Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang is located on Chifeng Road in Heping District. It is a three-story building of mixed Western and Chinese style. Zhang Xueliang lived here together with Zhao Si. The residence has been restored with furnishings typical of the era and features photos and text on the life of Marshal Zhang Xueliang. The music, decorations, clothing, furniture and panoramic figures are all accurate reproductions of what the house might have looked like when Zhang lived in Tianjin's French Concession. While there, visitors can take the opportunity to sample delicious snacks made from ingredients and cooked in a style that would have been familiar to Marshal Zhang, as well as gain a further understanding and experience many aspects of Zhang Xueliang's life and living environment.
Jingyuan Garden

Jingyuan Garden

4.7/51,823 Reviews
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Famous Residences
Garden
Open from 9:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
Located in Anshan Road, Heping District, Tianjin, Jingyuan Garden is an elegant Western-style residence and is the former residence of the last Emperor Puyi. This can help you understand Puyi’s life and see the office and residence of his time. Jingyuan Garden is divided into two main courtyards, the main courtyard and the West Crossing Courtyard. The main building, Aisin Gioro Yuyi Exhibition Hall, Jingyuan Restoration Exhibition Hall and the Visitor Center are located in the courtyard.
Great Wall at Huangya Pass

Great Wall at Huangya Pass

4.6/5826 Reviews
Historical Site
Open from 8:00am-4:30pm (Local time)
The Great Wall at Huangya Pass is located at the northern end of Tianjin’s Ji County. This section of the Great Wall first began construction during the Northern Qi Dynasty of China’s North-South States era. During the Ming era, Yu Jiguang presided over the restoration of this ancient segment of the Great Wall. This section of the Great Wall is located among steep mountains. At the foot of the Great Wall, there are many farmhouse restaurants providing both food and lodging. This is favorite destination among the residents of nearby cities to take a leisurely weekend getaway. There are two entrances to the Great Wall at Huangya Pass, west and east. The west and main entrance is located at Huangya Pass and the east entrance is at Taiping Fortress. A good way to see the majority of the site is to start walking along the Great Wall from one entrance until you get to the other entrance. There is a museum and Beiji Temple close by.
Beitang

Beitang

4.1/565 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open 24 hours (Local time)
The Beitang area is located on the northern extremity of the Tanggu area of Tianjin City, the natural environment of which is quite, secluded and tranquil, and as a result has always been called Village of the Ponds. In fact, it was already known as an important fishing town on the Tianjin-Beijing-Jidong belt during the early Qing years. The coast if Beitang is Beike Dike (Shell Dike), with the river coast featuring fine sand amenable to fostering different shelled organisms. In Spring and Autumn, clams and conches can easily be obtained on the beach. If you are interested, you can do maritime angling here to quench your thirst for fishing.
The Dagukou Fort Ruins

The Dagukou Fort Ruins

4.3/5491 Reviews
Historical Site
Open from 01/01-12/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-4:30pm;Closed from 01/01-12/31,Mon (Local time)
The Dagukou Fort Ruins is located at the mouth of the Haihe River and is based on the Dagukou Fort built in the Ming Dynasty. There is a Dagukou Fortress Site Museum in the scenic area. When you enter the museum, you can start to visit the cultural relics and materials. The museum is divided into several parts, such as the Preface Hall, Gyeonggi Port, Sakaguchi Yuki, and the National Gate Depression. There are also 3D cinemas and temporary exhibition halls. . Through the ancient iron cannons, ancient clocks, gunboats, stone monuments and other cultural relics, the history of the humiliation of the old China in the 19th century was demonstrated, and people can understand the courage and helplessness of the Chinese people in fighting against foreign enemies.
Yangliuqing Town

Yangliuqing Town

4.5/5217 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open from 01/01-12/31,9:00am-4:00pm (Local time)
The town of Yangliuqing in Tianjin is an ancient one with a strong and profound folk culture. There are some ancient buildings worth visiting in Zhenshan, namely a theatre, a memorial archway and a Wenchang Pavilion. Shi Family Residence in the ancient town is a typical traditional residence in northern China, with many beautiful stone carvings in the courtyard. Every year during the Spring Festival, Yangliuqing Town will hold a large lantern temple fair. This town is also quite famous for their local New Year's pictures, which are pretty good souvenirs to take home.
Former Residence of Liang Qichao

Former Residence of Liang Qichao

4.5/5202 Reviews
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Famous Residences
9:00-17:00, closed on Monday. (Local time)
The Former Residence of Liang Qichao is located in Minzu Road, Hebei District, Tianjin. It was built in 1914. The restored Former Residence of Liang Qichao is divided into twelve exhibition rooms, including the study room, living room and family memorial room. Reproduces the environment in which Liang Qichao lived in the past, and introduced the life stories of Liang Qichao in detail. His nine children are very well educated and admirable.
Huo Yuanjia Memorial

Huo Yuanjia Memorial

4.1/599 Reviews
Famous Residences
Open from 9:00am-4:30pm (Local time)
Former Residence of Li Shutong

Former Residence of Li Shutong

4.6/5156 Reviews
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Famous Residences
Tuesday-Sunday 9:00-17:00 (stop at 16:00, closed on Monday). (Local time)
Former Residence of Li Shutong is located at No. 62, Liangdian Street, Hebei District. It is a courtyard house. This Qing Dynasty building with the shape of “Tian” is divided into two parts, the north and the south. It has a garden and western-style “foreign study” for Li Shutong rests and learns to draw and receive visitors. The courtyard has a verandah and a small garden. The interior is exquisitely furnished and the environment is elegant. The reconstructed former residence garden landscape consists of Taihu stone rockery, artificial lake, memorial pavilion and pavilion, without losing its exquisiteness.
Cao Yu's Former Residence

Cao Yu's Former Residence

4.6/586 Reviews
Famous Residences
Cao Yu's Former Residence is located on the east side of Democracy Road in Hebei District, Tianjin, where youth Cao Yu lived. The play Thunderstorm was completed at 25 Democracy Road. The residence started to be built in the early years of the Warlord Era as an Italian-styled architecture, with the brick and wooden structure for both the front and the back buildings. In front of the residence there is a bronze bust of Mr. Cao Yu. Inside the residence, there are restorative furnishings and objects, a great deal of historical materials, and a number of collection photographs.
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