Beijing Concert hall has a penetrating glass facade, a solemn and elegant interior design, outstanding acoustics and qualified theater services. It is one of China's high-end performance venues for professional classical music communities from at home and abroad.
Co-founded by Peking University and Dr. Arthur M. Sackler (1913-1987) and Dame Jillian Sackler, the museum is located at a beautiful site near the west gate of the Peking University campus.
Built in 1942 and renovated in 1997, the Forbidden City Concert Hall (FCCH) is shrouded in a grove of aged pines and cypresses.
The National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) is the only national museum of the plastic arts in China. It was opened to the public in 1963, and soon became a national cultural landmark.
Resembling a giant egg in the middle of a lake, the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) is located in central Beijing and was opened to the public at the end of 2007.
Located near Fuchengmen in the northwestern part of Beijing, the Lu Xun Museum in Beijing is a memorial of historical celebrities.
Firstly built during the reign of Emper Qianlong in the Qing dynasty (1644-1911), the Prince Kung's Mansion lies deep in the shade of willows alongside Shichahai Lake in Beijing.
The China Agricultural Museum, also called "the National Agricultural Exhibition Center", covers a total area of 43 hectares, with a 21,000 sq m exhibition area.
Built in September 1957, the Beijing Planetarium was the first of its kind in China.