The First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army (London) Reviews
Description:Featured exhibit at the British Museum (Great Russell Street, London WC1, England)
Newest Review: ... London, I was very excited and booked my ticket. I actually opted for the Boxing Day deal, where they had dance shows and free Chinese tea and cake in addition to the exhibition itself. It was a very powerful experience being around these ancient relics and reading about their histories. The queues were very long but well managed, and the entire exhibition took about 1 and a half hours to ... more
Customer The First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/11/08 (Very useful, 108 readings)
China is a country which has long fascinated me, but I am yet to visit it. When I heard they were bringing some of the Terracotta Army to exhibit in London, I was very excited and booked my ticket. I actually opted for the Boxing Day deal, where they had dance shows and free Chinese tea and cake in addition to the exhibition itself. It was a very powerful experience being around these ancient relics and reading about their histories. The queues were very long but well managed, and the entire exhibition took about 1 and a half hours to see everything. It was very hard to find tickets but it was definitely worth it; it felt like a priviledge and an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/08 (Very useful, 303 readings)
***Background*** It doesn't seem six months ago that we heard that The Terracotta Army was to leave the shores of China for the first time and take up temporary residence in The British Museum. This was an opportunity that simply could not be wasted as this exhibition may never find it's way to these shores again. We therefore booked tickets on-line and had a wide choice of availability in terms of time slots/dates given we were booking so far in advance. Tickets cost £12 adults/child under 16 free so for 5 adults and a child it cost £66 including booking fee. Booking was a very simple process and all tickets are for a timed entry slot (ours was ... Read the complete review
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