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Former Residence of Zhang Zuolin and Zhang Xueliang

No.4 Shaoshuaifu Alley, Chaoyang Street , Shenhe District, Shenyang 110011, China
+86 24 2484 2454
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“his son” (4 reviews)
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No.4 Shaoshuaifu Alley, Chaoyang Street , Shenhe District, Shenyang 110011, China
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+86 24 2484 2454
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Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

I really love the Chinese style house part. It's really beautiful. However, the ticket is really worth for the money. Only 60 yuan, you can visit the former resident of Marshall and also the old bank, financial museum which is really enjoyable museum.

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Reviewed 26 December 2017

This is the former residence of Zhang Zuolin (1875-1928) and his eldest son, Zhang Xueliang (1901-2001). Both were famous Chinese warlords. The father, Zhang Zuolin, was executed in 1928 by Japanese invaders. The residence complex of three prime buildings is located in Shenyang City. Originally...More

2  Thank KodoDrummer
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Reviewed 4 October 2017

One of the best pieces of history on display in Shenyang, a visit here wouldn't be complete without a walk through Zhang Zuolin and Zhang Xueliang's residence.

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Reviewed 31 August 2017

As a local, I heard about stories told by performers or shown in the movies that took place in this residence since I was a child, although it wasn't until today I "officially" visit this place (never too late!). For instance, how Zhang Xueliang (the...More

3  Thank ChiYuLu
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Reviewed 22 August 2017

This place looks a bit out of place, as visible the building is absolutely not is the style that you would expect but in a more western way. But don't be to confused as there are also other parts of this museum that are more...More

Thank Asset B
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Reviewed 3 July 2017

I am more of a history buff than the average person so I found this to be informative and interesting. A lot of the pics and rooms don't have English translations but enough do. Also visited the family bank...a little strange when you first enter...More

1  Thank Dwayne S
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

I never heard of this family, but they were very important to Chinese history. The grounds are well maintained, and enough English translation to know whats going on, though there is plenty of untranslated text you will struggle with. Nice museum overall, and worth checking...More

1  Thank Cameron C
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Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

The Zhang Marshall house was a highly recommend but the ticket price RMB 60. Would cost the same as the Gu Gong (imperial palace). The attraction does have some interesting chronological collection of the life and escape and talking about reunification. There a few additional...More

Thank Stephen C
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

You will love it if you love the contemporary Chinese history which dates back to about 100 years ago I guess. It comes with a traditional GRAND imperial household setting with trees, flowers, wooden furniture and so on. You will see lots and lots of...More

Thank danielcF5029JN
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Reviewed 5 January 2017

After the visit, now I know a little bit about this hero. The Residence is well-kept and a must-see destination for visitors to Shenyang. The visit provided me an insight into Mr Zhang's life and his bravery and fight for his people - in spite...More

Thank Shalom-Tan
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