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Terracotta warriors

The Terracotta Warriors Museum

About the Museum

Over 8000 life-size clay warriors protected the First Emperor of China’s tomb. The Famous Terracotta Army – is now referred to as the eighth wonder of the ancient world. The exhibition at the Terracotta Warriors Museum features a small but spectacular group of these warriors, that have been specially replicated by museum and conservation technicians in China, and skilled craftsmen and specialists of World Heritage.

Also featured in the Museum are costumed recreations of the First Emperor of China, Qin Shih Huang, and his uniformed officers. Dramatic audio and multi-media presentations bring the whole experience to life.


  • First Emperor
  • Armoured Officers
  • Audio Presentation
  • General
  • Kneeling Bowmen
  • Multimedia Presentations
  • Dynastic Artefacts

Special Features

  • Terracotta Warriors
  • Qin Shi Huang


High East St/Salisbury St

Opening times

  • Apr-Sep Mon-Sun inc 10am-5pm
  • Oct-Mar Mon-Sun inc 10am-4pm
  • Closed (13th – 26th December)


For Admission Charges please go to The Terracotta Warriors website


tel: 01305 266040

Do check The Terracotta Warriors Museum website for the latest information before visiting.

Save money with the Gold Saver Pass, effectively a 5 for 2 ticket to all 5 attractions. The ticket is valid for 7 days from the date of purchase at any of the museums, or 7 days from the first visit when purchased online at

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