Wuhan Things to Do

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  • 1. Yellow Crane Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    Originally constructed in 223, after being destroyed and rebuilt repeatedly throughtout history by fires and war, the current structure was built quite recently in 1985. It is still quite beautiful...

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  • 2. Hubei Provincial Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Hubei Provincial Museum is an amazing museum with an impressive collection of artifacts excavated from areas throughout Hubei Province. The most famous are the bronze bells (bianzhong) excavated...

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  • 3. Guiyuan Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    Guiyuan Temple is famous as the first Chan (Zen) temple to be built in Hubei. It was constructed in 1658. It is a large complex, featuring many a variety of structures with the most famous being the...

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  • 4. Memorial Hall of 1911 Wuchang Uprising

    4 out of 5 stars

    Once the Hubei Military Government Building, the central building is now known as the Red Chamber. This is where Sun Yat-Sen issued the edict to bring down the Qinq during the Xinhai Revolution and...

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  • 5. Changjiang Bridge

    The Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge, also called the First Bridge, was built over the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) in 1957, carrying the railroad directly across the river between Snake Hill and Turtle...

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  • 6. Wuhan University

    Wuhan University is considered to have one of the most beautiful campuses in the entire nation. If you ask students, many will tell you that the beauty of the campus was a factor in choosing to attend...

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  • 7. Moshan Hill

    Moshan Hill is a great place to go to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, although it's actually in the city! It's a good place to go for a walk and enjoy the natural surroundings. There...

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  • 8. Wuhan Zoo

    More than just a zoo, the Wuhan Zoo features a landscape garden, a beautiful lake, some amuseument park rides, and of course animals! There is a panda, which is of course popular among visitors, along...

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  • 9. Walk along Chang Jiang river bank

    In the morning, it's very nice to walk along the river. You can see many locals doing morning exercises, some people flying kites, and enjoy the morning fresh...

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  • 10. Qiyi Gate

    Qiyi Gate (Qiyimen), the Uprising Gate, was built 300 years ago was one of nine major gates that fortified the city. At that time it was called Neutral Gate....

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  • 11. Jiefang Park

    Jiefang Park is located in the northern part of Hankou near the Wuhan Yangzi River Second Bridge. When I visited there was some sort of flower show going on for...

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  • 12. Former Customs House

    This is one of the finest colonial buildings in Wuhan. It used to be the Customs House and was built in 1862. The Renaissance-style building has a striking...

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  • 13. Changchun Temple

    This Taoist temple is located in Wuchang about 1.5km east of the Yellow Crane Tower. The temple dates back to the Han dynasty and features many halls with...

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  • 14. Colonial architecture

    From 1861, the district of Hankou was the site of the former foreign concession. This area is littered with some marvellous examples of European-style colonial...

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  • 15. Baotong Temple

    It's a temple. So sad that it was closed when I went there, it seems they only open during morning hours but I went there at afternoon. I had my lunch at their...

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  • 16. East Lake

    It's a beautiful lake locates in the South of WuChang. There are also many sightsees around the lake including Hubei Provincial Museum. It will be an idea place...

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  • 17. East Lake

    in Chinese "Dong Hu". We went to the East Lake two times. Its a very big area and if you want to relax in the nature and you have some time you should do the...

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  • 18. Zhong Shan Park

    Very quiet and lovely park within the noisy business center. Entry Free. Not much fun, but good for a relaxing walk, as well as meeting local people. I LOVE it...

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  • 19. The Chairman Mao Shop

    At the bottom of Snake Hill before you climb to the Yellow Crane Tower (everywhere in China requires climbing steps) is this shop selling items comemmorating...

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  • 20. Jianghan Rd

    Jianghan Rd is a shopping area, which exists long time ago but it was renewed few years ago. Lots of old European style building are surrounded here since...

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  • 21. Guqin Tai

    Heptachord Terrace, also named Boya Terrace, is located on the bank of Moon Lake, western foot of Tortoise Hill in Hanyang district. Story goes that Yu Boya...

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  • 22. Hong shan square

    It was said the most beautiful place in Wuhan,the newest sign for Wuhan.The square divided into three parts from east to west:Dong Bi Wu memorial square;subside...

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  • 23. The Wuhan Second Changjiang...

    The Wuhan Second Changjiang River BridgeThe bridge, built of press-stressed concrete, has a central span of 400 meters long with double bridgeheads and two...

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  • 24. Russian Orthodox Church

    This delightful small church was built in 1881 and has been newly restored and turned into a cafe/art gallery.

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  • 25. Mao Monument

    This large and dominant Mao Monument is located on the riverside along Yanjiang Dadao near the Wuhan Yangzi River Second Bridge.

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