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These Places in Beijing Have Suspended Business

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As the epidemic prevention and control work is still serious, all scenic spots have responded to the government's arrangement to suspend opening to tourists, and the specific opening time will be notified separately. The following scenic spots are included.

Lugou Bridge Scenic Spot

Dear tourists: in order to do a good job in prevention and control of new-type coronary virus, to ensure the safety and health of people's lives, and to avoid infection caused by gathering of people, the Lugou Bridge scenic spot will be suspended from February 1, 2020. We are sorry for the inconvenience, please understand! Specific opening time will be notified separately. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding! Wish you a happy new year, peace and health!

For the masses living in Qiaoxi village, please go in and out through the north passage and do not stay on the bridge. Thank you.

Hotline: 010-83894614; 010-83892521

Former Site of Xiangshan Revolution Memorial Place

Distinguished tourists: in order to do a good job in prevention and control of the novel coronavirus epidemic situation and to avoid cross infection caused by gathering of people, the revolutionary site of Xiangshan revolutionary memorial site will suspend opening to the public from now on, and the specific opening time will be notified separately according to the actual situation. If you plan to visit the park, please pay close attention to the service number of Xiangshan Park. Sorry for the inconvenience!

Ming Tombs, Juyongguan Great Wall, Yinshan Towers

In order to do a good job in prevention and control of the epidemic situation of pneumonia infected by the new coronary virus, to avoid cross infection caused by intensive personnel and to ensure the health and safety of tourists, the Ming Tombs (Chang Mausoleum, Ding Mausoleum, Zhao Mausoleum, God Road), Juyongguan Great Wall and Yinshan Towers under the jurisdiction of the Ming Tombs special zone office will suspend business from January 25, 2020, and the time to resume opening will be notified separately. Tourists who have already bought tickets online will be refund through the original payment channel as soon as possible.

Beijing Zoo

In order to do a good job in the prevention and control of the epidemic situation of pneumonia caused by the new coronary virus, to avoid cross infection caused by the gathering of people, and to ensure people’s safety and physical health, after research, it is decided that: Beijing Zoo has been completely closed since 14:00 on January 24, 2020, and the opening time will be announced separately. Please cooperate actively and inform each other. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by our closing.

Tourists who have purchased the e-tickets from the official website can apply for refund online, and the park will refund the full price. The refund hotline is 400-693-8899.

China Military Museum

In view of the epidemic situation of pneumonia caused by the new type of coronary virus infection, please take care of your own health. The Military Museum will be closed from January 25, and the opening time will be announced separately.

Beijing Happy Valley

In order to do a better job in prevention and control of the novel coronavirus epidemic, to avoid cross infection caused by personnel gathering, and to ensure the health and safety of the general public and tourists, after research, it is decided that the Happy Valley throughout the country will be suspended from January 23, 2020, and all the Spring Festival activities will be cancelled. The reopening time will be notified separately. Tourists who have booked tickets online can apply for a full refund from the original path if their tickets are not used. Please pay attention to the official websites of Happy Valley, WeChat public account, and official microblog or dial the customer service hotline of Happy Valley.

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