Lu Xun Museum
Miàoyīng Temple White Dagoba
Towering over the surrounding hútòng , the Miàoyīng Temple slumbers beneath its distinctive chalk-white Yuán-dynasty pagoda, which was...
Following the huge success of the Nanluogu Xiang renovation project, Wudaoying Hutong was given a massive facelift a couple of years...
Nanshan Ski Village
The best of the resorts close to Běijīng, Nanshan has 10 well-kept trails for skiers of all abilities. Snowboarders have their own park...
Mei Lanfang Grand Theatre
Named after China’s most famous practitioner of Peking opera, this theatre opened its doors in 2007 and has since become one of the most...
Cheapest decent Chinese restaurant in 798. Has picture menu, plus coffee and wi-fi.
19 Gongmenkou Ertiao · interesting places nearby
Lu Xun Museum information
Lu Xun (1881–1936) is often regarded as the father of modern Chinese literature. Born in Shàoxīng in Zhèjiāng province and buried in Shànghǎi, Lu Xun lived in Běijīng for over a decade. As a writer, Lu Xun, who first trained in medicine, articulated a deep yearning for reform by mercilessly exposing the foibles of the Chinese character in such tales as Medicine and Diary of a Madman . The exhibits range from photos and manuscripts to personal effects.