Famous Spots on Metro Line 15 | Tsinghua University Art Museum

Tsinghua University Art Museum bears the weight of constant efforts and wonderful wishes of generations of Tsinghua scholars to uphold the Chinese culture. As early as 1926, Tsinghua University founded the “Archeology Exhibition Room”, and established the Cultural Relic Museum in 1948. In 2012, with the support of three alumni, the construction of museum started. In 2016, the Art Museum was completed and officially opened to the public in September. Tsinghua University Art Museum owns more than 13,000 pieces of collections, covering six major categories, namely, painting and calligraphy, embroidery, porcelain, furniture, bronze ware and comprehensive artwork. Most of the collections are from Academy of Arts & Design since 1956, and donations from Tsinghua alumni or some social elites. The museum aims to present diversified collections, gather the latest original works, promote exchanges with museums both at home and abroad and share resources, so as to together sustain the development of human civilization.

Admission: 20 RMB (Special exhibitions: 60 RMB)

Tel: 010-62785903

Opening hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (entering stops at 16:30) (closed on Monday except public holidays)

Address: Tsinghua University, No.30 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing


By Subway: Take Subway Line 15 to Tsinghua East Road West Entrance (Exit C) and walk 933 meters.

By Bus: Take Bus No. 508, 307, 331, 375, 429, 549, 562, 630, 86 to Wudaokou Station, or take Bus No. 333, 355, 438, 466, 594 to Qinghua Donglu Xikou Station

Reservation: Reservation should be made on official Wechat account