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Lugou Qiao (Marco Polo Bridge)

Yongding River, Fengtai District, Beijing 100067, China
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice for a short visit when you are going to visit the real attraction on this area: The Anti Japan Museum. Adult ticket is 20 yuan, student 10 yuan

Thank François V
Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

If you are addicted to Historical references, this bridge might be interesting. It is a bit far away from Beijing downtown as took us 40 min drive. Not crowded at all and there is an interesting fortress with museum just beside. No English signs, but...More

Thank Leandro R
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Nowadays somewhat off the beaten track, you may wish to ask your taxi to detour slightly aftervreturning from the Great Wall or Ming Tombs tonvisitbthis ancient bridge, said to have been crossed by Marco Polo in ages long gone by. Standing on it and counting...More

Thank Wufang
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Surprisingly the Museum was free but the Bridge wasn't! It's a beautiful place kind of on the outskirt of the city! The Bridge is said to have a thousand unique lions and I loved looking at the expressions of each of the lions. Also it's...More

Thank Julianne H
Reviewed 16 April 2016

It's an effort to get here from the city center of Beijing. The closest metro stop is a 1 hr ride. I entered on the west side of the bridge and exit on the east side. It's a 2.3 km walk (30 min) from exit...More

3  Thank Paulo D
Reviewed 10 March 2016 via mobile

Got there sort of late and did not have as much time as my previous visit to take time to take photos. But it was nice to see the sunset, and we actually went to the side of the bridge to take a shot of...More

1  Thank James L
Reviewed 22 September 2015

The ancient Lugou bridge has been widely known for its little stone lions that stand on each railing posts. It is said that no one can correctly count up how many lions, because there so many of them. That's sort of exaggeration, of course. Each...More

2  Thank tensaisimon
Reviewed 14 February 2015

Entry is 20rmb per person and it is literally just a bridge. Wanping Fortress is interesting to look at, although you can't walk on it at the moment. The Anti-Japanese museum nearby is shut for renovation, and the Memorial Sculpture Park is shut too for...More

3  Thank When-on-me-travels
Reviewed 2 January 2015

If you are a history fan, this site of a famous battle is worth visiting. Pair it with a visit to the Museum for the Chinese war against Japanese Agression.

1  Thank Derek A
Reviewed 30 May 2014

For the long-term enthusiast only: dull for tourists, interesting for students of China. There is a modestly pleasant run up to the Bridge through a preserved walled town (coming from Beijing). The bridge itself is relatively dull, although, if you a keen on visual metaphore,...More

2  Thank Jamie C
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