Located near the Emperor Qin Shihuang’s Tomb, the Museum of Terracotta Warriors is one of the most impressive attractions in entire China. The pits with the army of clay warriors guarding the tomb of the first Chinese Emperor were excavated in 1974.
The museum is divided into three pits. The first one presents a display of 2,000 warriors made of terracotta. In the second one, you can find units such as cavalry, chariots, archers, and mixed forces, while the third pit presents the command post. It is recommended to get a guide at the location to get the most out of the visit.