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Consulting History When Observing Reality – Wisdom as the Mirror

While learning about the history and culture of bronze mirrors in ancient China and the process of making them, you will also be given the chance to make a"bronze mirror" with your own hands at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Experience Area.

Venue: Intangible Cultural Heritage Experience Area

Limit: 8 families

Date: 14:30-16:00, June 12, 2021

Love Beijing Set Your Dream Free

Children's Day is coming! The Capital Museum has meticulously prepared a big gift for you, so come and get it!

Venue: Ceremony Hall

Limit: 400 children aged 7-13

Date: June 1, 2019 18:00-19:30

​Do You Know the Capital of Five Ancient Dynasties -- Beijing?

This Saturday, Meng Jianhua will wait for you at the Beijing General History Hall of the Museum and talk about the grand Beijing, the capital of five ancient dynasties.

Venue: Audio Guide Service Counter at the lobby of the first floor

Limit: 15 families

Date: December 1, 2018

Mortar and Pestle, Come to Capital Museum to Make a Gift for Yourself

You will learn about the culture of mortar and pestle and make fine gifts with your parents.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 children

Date: July 1, 2018

Woodworking and Craftsmanship – A Talk between Exhibition "Reading the City" and Cultural Heritages

A special outdoor activity, “Woodworking and Craftsmanship -- A Talk between Exhibition “Reading the City” and Cultural Heritages,” will show you the glamor of Chinese traditional wooden crafts, the charm of intangible cultural heritage and the craftsmanship of woodworking.

Venue: Wenwangge Museum of Wooden Crafts

Limit: 60 families

Date: June 9, 2018

What Is It Like to Grow up in a Beijing Courtyard?

In the life of the courtyard, there are so many things to say that almost everyone who has lived in it can share a series of unforgettable memories.

Venue: Exhibition Hall of Reading the City and the Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 25 families

Date: April 1, 2018

Living in Plenty After Hard Work for a Whole Year

A common saying is: "may you always get fish (yu)", whereby "yu" is a homophone for "may you always get a surplus (yu)" in Chinese, which is one of the most typical blessings in Chinese traditional fortune-culture. It wishes for people to have a well-off life, with superfluous wealth and food.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 6-10)

Date: January 1, 2018

The Single Dogs

Here comes a warm and happy festival during the cold winter. Drop your busy work and come in a good mood. Come here and celebrate New Year's Day with your family.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 8-12)

Date: January 1, 2018

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