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Ticket booklet for 115 Beijing museums on sale

By Liu Mian (Beijing Daily)

15:33, January 12, 2012

Edited and Translated by People's Daily Online

In 2012, Beijing residents will be able to visit 115 museums in the city to experience China’s 5,000-year history or learn about new programs of Beijing in advance with the “Through Ticket for Beijing Museums 2012”.

Buying this 120-yuan ticket booklet could save a visitor more than 2,500 yuan in total. With this booklet, a resident could enjoy two free visits and two ticket discounts offered by the 73 charging museums included in the booklet and enjoy reservation, commodity discount and other services offered by the 42 ticket-free museums included in the booklet.

In addition, popular museums including the Capital Museum, Beijing Museum of Natural History and China National Film Museum also offer free reservation service twice for the visitors with this booklet.

Statistics from the Beijing Municipal Administration of Cultural Heritage show that Beijing has 159 officially registered museums. Of them, 147 are operating normally, and 47 open to the public free of charge.

The information of these museums could be found in the ticket booklet and visitors with the booklet could visit some museums without reservation.


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