Museum of the War of the Chinese People's Resistance Against Japanese Aggression
The Museum of the War of the Chinese People's Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (中国人民抗日战争纪念馆) is a large-scale specialized museum introducing the history of the Chinese people's resistance against Japanese aggression.
The museum is situated in Wanping County near the Lugou Bridge in Beijing where the July 7th Event took place. Set up in 1987, it is is composed of three comprehensive halls, three specialized halls (atrocities of Japanese army, the People's war, and the anti-Japanese heroes) and one half-panorama art gallery.
It houses 3800 photos and materials, and 5000 cultural relics. The comprehensive halls display the whole process of Anti-Japanese War. The specialized exhibition on Japanese army's atrocities includes the recovered scenes of notorious 731 bacteria army and Nanjing Massacre.
The exhibition on the people's war retrieves the grand scenes of the brave struggles and the movements to save the nation from extinction. Introductions to the famous Taierzhuang, Pingxingguan and 100-Battalion campaigns can also be found on the exhibition.
In the hall of heroes in anti-Japanese war, the brave stories of Yang Jingyu, Zhao Yiman], Zuo Quan, Peng Xuefeng], Zhang Zizhong, Tong Linge, and Zhao Dengyu are introduced. In the gallery, modern video-audio technologies are adopted to vividly simulate the battle field of July 7th Event.
Address: No. 101, Wanping County, Fengtai District, Beijing
Bus Route: Bus No.624, 709, 748, 937 (branch),3, 964, 964 (branch), 971, 983
Opening Hours: 8:00-16:30 (16:00 stop selling tickets) renovation period is from January 17, 2005 to July 7, 2005
Nearby Restaurants: Hualing Household Recipe Restaurant , Jingchuan Restaurant, Fumannian Dumpling Restaurant
Admission Fee: 15 Yuan; 8 Yuan for college students; Free for primary and middle school students, the disabled and the seniors over 60 years old with relevant proofs.