Beijing Huguang Guild Hall was established in 1807 of the reign of Emperor Jiaqing of the Qing Dynasty in the south side of Luomashi Street (west of the formerly Hufang Bridge). The entire complex covers a large area, and the main buildings of the hall include Grand Opera House, Wenchang Pavilion, Baoshan Hall and Fengyuhuairen (Miss Somebody in the Wind and Rain) Chamber. The theatre is renowned for its magnificent interiors, which is colored in red, green and gold, and decked out with tables and a stone floor. The Huguang Guild Hall also contains a small museum which exhibits the theatre's rich history of Beijing opera.
With a history of over 200 years, Beijing Huguang Guild Hall has hosted performances by some of the greatest Peking Opera actors and continues to set the current trends in Chinese Opera. It consists of opera building, tea house, hotel and museum, and aims to creating an international experience for its customers.
The splendid opera house offers a chance for domestic and overseas tourists to enjoy an oriental classic theater of original taste. Here you can experience the authentic Peking Opera, performed by some of the most skillful performers. With a lifetime of training, these renowned for actors time and time again amaze audiences with their unbelievable skills. Inside, you will find a museum which is dedicated to the history of the Chinese performing art.
Address: No. 3, Hufang Road, Xicheng District, Beijing 北京西城区虎坊路3号
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