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Terracotta Warriors Tickets Booking
From CNY120/US$17 per person
  • Book a ticket in advance to assure your entry to one of the eight wonders in the world.
  • Skip the queues in front of the ticket office.
  • Watch the majestic lifelike army two thousand years ago.
  • Learn stories about Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the owner of Terracotta Warriors.
Select Date and Tickets:
  • Adult: Age 16+
  • Admission Ticket
    Price Includes Entrance ticket for the Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Qin Shi Huang's Mausoleum Site Park (Lishan Garden), and the shuttle bus between the two spots.
Important Notice
1.Foreign children under 140cm tall can enter for free.
2.Children taller than 140cm but under 16 years old enjoy a half price discount ticket. Foreign students studying in China with valid student ID qualify for a half price discount ticket. Please show the passport and purchase the discount ticket at the ticket office.
1.The tickets are released 7 days in advance; we will book the tickets for you as soon as they are released.
2.Your valid Passport/ID information is required for booking, one person could only book one ticket per day.
How to Book and Use
1.Book & pay online, get email with confirmation No., redeem paper ticket at ticket redemption window by showing the confirmation No,
2.Travelers in one order should enter the site together.
3.The ticket is only valid for the selected visiting date.
Ticket Redemption Hours
Opening Hour
Mar 16 to Nov 15: 08:30-18:00
Nov 16 to Mar 15: 08:30-17:30
Change & Cancellation
1.Free cancellation if sending the request 3 days before the designated entry date.
2.After the ticket is issued, the service fee is non-refundable.
3.Partial cancellation is not accepted, tickets in one order have to be cancelled together.
What to Expect

Terracotta warriors are a kind of ancient sculptures in royal tomb, in the shape of soldiers, horses and chariots. The Terracotta Warriors are part of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum, which has been regarded as one of the eight wonders in the world.

Book tickets and stand in front of the solemn and magnificent Pit 1, you will feel that you are brought into the ancient battlefield with chariots, warriors and horses. 

You can watch the lifelike painted bronze chariots with horses on display after booking a ticket, which is crafted with fine skills and realistic shape. You could feel they seem to be real ones and to move at next moment.

The valuable kneeling archers were unearthed in Pit 2. Standing in front of them, you will feel you are facing real human. Even their soles were embossed with stitches, which is extremely realistic.

Additional Info
Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum, North Qinling Road, Lintong District, Xi'an
How to get to Terracotta Warriors Museum
Take bus 307, 914, 915, Tourist Line 5 (306) and get off at Terracotta Warriors Station.
  • Customer Reviews
  • Questions & Answers
    4.724 Reviews
    Posted on Nov. 15, 2019
    Thank you for the convenient ticket service and everything is smooth. There is no need to queue up anymore. I hope you can help book more tickets for other Chinese attractions, and that will very helpful for us foreigners.
    Posted on Nov. 12, 2019
    It was kinda hard to find the counter if you don't speak Chinese. Otherwise, it went smoothly.
    Posted on Nov. 10, 2019
    Very smooth. We got there at 8:30 am collected the tickets no problem and got in to see the warriors straight away. Before the crowds arrived.
    Posted on Nov. 03, 2019
    Thanks for sorting the tickets for us. Excellent service.
    Werner Corson
    Posted on Oct. 17, 2019
    Easy booking procedure and good ticket service! I like the great Terracotta Army. Pit 1 is the largest pit of the underground Terracotta Army, in which there are over 6,000 terracotta warriors and horses.

    Most of the Pit 2 has not been fully excavated. There are some display windows displaying several typical types of terra-cotta warriors, such as those of Senior Officers, Kneeling Archers and Junior Officers, for visitors to appreciate closely.

    Pit 3 is the smallest one that displays the terracotta of senior commander and some horses and weaponry. There is a museum displaying various ceramic figures of the Qin and Han Dynasties. It was well worth seeing!
    Posted on Oct. 14, 2019
    Amazing experience. Pre-booking tickets meant no waiting in queues. Took bus 307 there are it was closer to my hotel at Tang Paradise however it took about 1.45 hours and was a bumpy journey. Bus 306 back was a better experience.
    Desmond Ang
    Posted on Oct. 13, 2019
    Ticket collection is a challange if you are a first timer visit the location, there is a small collection booth located just outside the main ticket purchase area. You have to show your ticket booking number to the person at the middle window of the booth.
    Posted on Oct. 04, 2019
    Everything ok! ..only commissions fees are little bit high
    Posted on Sep. 28, 2019
    Can't be more satisfied! Quick responding and smooth booking process, a good helper for my Chinese tour.
    I will also book the tickets for the Forbidden City, as it is really not easy to book by myself. Thanks a lot!!
    Phillip Hermitage
    Posted on Sep. 16, 2019
    Very easy and straightforward
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