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​​​Last Update: 17th November 2019

What Are The 10 Best Things To Do In Xi’an In March?
It is a little cold in Xi’an in March with the minimum air temperature of zero degree at the early March and the maximum air temperature of around 25 degrees at the late March. It hardly rains in this month. Compared to the number of visitors in February, it may be a little smaller as March is during the schooling year in China. Let’s see the best things to do in Xi’an in March.

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  • Terracotta Warriors
    The Museum of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang is acclaimed as one of the must-visit spots in Xi’an. Through the terracotta warriors, horses and chariots there, you could know a little about the battle formation in the Qin Dynasty (221 – 207 BC) and even in the Warring States Period (475 – 221 BC). Though the original colors on the terracotta warriors and horses disappear, they are well preserved as well.
  • Xi’an City Wall
    The Old City Wall is a must-explore spot in Xi’an. The well-preserved wall was originally built in 1370. For now, there are 18 gates on the wall among which East, South, West and North Gates are the original ones. In March, the sun is not so strong. Thus, you could explore it during the daytime through cycling on the wall or just hiking.
  • Muslim Quarter
    It is said that if you want to know more about the local culture, its food could lead you to experience the culture there. The Muslim Quarter is a combination of local snacks, including Paomo, Rougamo and Liangpi and the Muslim food. If interested, you could admire the façade of the mosques there.
  • Huaqing Palace
    Functioning as the summer resort in the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907), the Huaqing Palace is located at the foot of the Li Mountain. In March, the mountain is turning greener and greener with the trees sprouting. The buildings there feature the Tang style. Several ruins of the bathing ponds for the royal family in the Tang Dynasty are well-preserved. ​
  • Tang Paradise
    Opened in 2004, the Tang Paradise offers tens of buildings in the Tang style. Walk in the garden, and you could see green grass dancing in the breeze and some fruit trees in blossom. The classic dancing and singing shows in the Tang style are regularly on in the Fengming Jiutian Theater. The water screen film at night is a feast for eyes as well.
  •  Banpo Site Museum
    Are you interested in the ancient culture of the Yangshao Culture of matriarchy during the Neolithic Age in Xi’an Region? Come and visit the Banpo Site Museum. There, you will know the burial system, life-style, and mode of productions through the exhibits, including stone axes, bone needles, ruins of houses, tombs, and cellars and much more. The museum is not so crowded as the Old City Wall.
  • Bell and Drum Tower Square
    The Bell and Drum Towers Square is famous for its breathtaking views at night. The Bell and Drum Towers are the landmarks in Xi’an. In the evening, they are decorated with golden, silver and green lights. In addition, it is very close to the Old City Wall and the Muslim Quarter. You could explore the three spots one by one during your stay in Xi’an.
  •  Shaanxi History Museum
    If you would like to know more about the history of Xi’an, the Shanxi History Museum is a great place for you to visit. The museum features well-preserved terracotta warriors and horses, colored bronze items in the Western Han Dynasty (202 BC – 8 AD), bronze statues of Buddha, some precious cultural relics found on the old Silk Road and the frescoes in the Tang Dynasty and more.
  • Forest of Stone Steles Museum
    The Forest of Stone Steles was originally set up in 1087. It is rich in a variety of stone steles from the Han Dynasty (202 BC – 8 AD and 25 – 220 AD) to today. You could see the calligraphy works by the well-known calligraphers in ancient China, including Su Shi (1037 – 1101), Huang Tingjian (1045 – 1105), Mi Fu (1051 – 1107) and much more.
  • Huashan (Huashan Mountain)
    In the eyes of many visitors, Hua Mountain is very steep. It could be some dangerous to explore the mountain. Built on a steep cliff, the Sky Walk with a width of less than 50 meters is a great challenge to experience. The Sunrise Platform on the top of the East Peak is great for enjoying the sunrise. In addition, you could find several old Taoist temples en route.



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