Built by the Arabs in 1009 and restored in 1309, this stone edifice is one of China’s only surviving mosques from the Song dynasty. Only...
Jǐnxiùzhuāng Puppet Museum
Has displays of 3000 puppet heads, intricate 30-string marionettes and comical hand puppets.
It looks scuzzy on the outside, but rooms are small, cheap and clean. There's no English spoken here and no English sign, but it's next...
This quaint teahouse in the alley behind the Guāndì Temple has a refreshing old-time courtyard ambience, paved with flagstones and laid...
Tumen Jie · interesting places nearby
Guāndì Temple information
This smoky and magnificently carved temple is southeast of Qīngjìng Mosque. It’s dedicated to Guan Yu, a Three Kingdoms general who was deified as the God of War. Inside the temple are statues of the god and wall panels that detail his life.