Terracotta Warriors Museum Dorchester
High East Street
Dorset, DT1 1JU   
 
 
If you have no hope of ever visiting China to see the fabled Terracotta Warriors at Xian then the next best thing is to visit the Terracotta Warriors Museum in Dorchester, Dorset.
 
In ancient times over 8,000 terracotta clay, life-sized warriors were created by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang di, to protect his tomb.
 
The exhibition at the museum features a small but spectacular group of these warriors, which have been specially replicated by skilled museum craftsmen and World Heritage conservation technicians in China.
 
This inspiring display brings together all the wonder of the discovery of these amazing treasures of ancient China. Also featured in the Museum are fabulous costumed recreations of the First Emperor of China himself and his uniformed officers.
 
Plan Your Visit 
Accommodation - Search & Book through Booking.com here:

 

 
Opening Times & Admission Costs
Follow the Museum link for  Web:  Museum Times and Costs
 
Disabled Access
Wheelchair friendly - fully accessible with a ramped entrance - see above General Information weblink for further details.
 
Facilities
Small shop, car parking, cafes and restaurants within easy walking distance.
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)1305 266 040
 
Getting There
The museum is centrally located at the lower end of the High Street in Dorchester. Pedestrian route signposted from the Dorchester car parks.
 
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