The Terracotta Army is a collection of objects from the reign of the oldest emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. The sculptures are representation of the emperor's army, and they were buried alongside his tomb to protect him after death. 8,000 powerful warriors holding bronze weapons are the most impressive aspect of the collection. In addition, there are horses, chariots, officials, and various types of workers who joined ancient armies. All of the warriors were made by hand in workshops, with each part of the body was made separately then put together later. The warriors are life-sized, but each varies in height and uniform according to their military status. While the massive army is from the third century BCE, it was not discovered until 1974. Today, visitors from all over the world visit this must-see attraction because of its cultural realism and sheer size. It is an extraordinary sight in the ancient city of Xi'an.
Opening Hours:March 16-November 15 8:30-18:00（17:00 stop sell ticket）November 16-March 15 8:30-17:30 (16:30 stop sell ticket)
Entrance Ticket: March1-November30: CNY50 December1-February28: CNY120
Address: Lintong, Xi'an, Shanxi, China
Duration: 2 hours