Beijing Red Brick Museum Travel Guide

2020-02-18   Leo Kui      0

The Red Brick Museum is good for people who like photography and architecture designing. As Beijing is getting super busy, it is hard to find a peaceful place for nice photo taking, this museum is perfect for you.

Brief introduction:

The Red Brick Art Museum is located in the No.1 International Art District in the northeastern portion of Chaoyang District, Beijing. Red Brick’s facilities cover a total area of 20,000 square meters, nearly 10,000 square meters of which is the exhibition space. It was founded by collectors Yan Shijie and Cao Mei in 2014 and officially opened on May 23rd. The architecture and garden design of the museum is done by Professor Dong Yugan of the Peking University Architectural Research Center. Employing red bricks as basic architectural material, Professor Dong maintained the integrity of each brick to create a unique architectural design language that isolates the museum and garden from the city’s restless atmosphere.


Regular Ticket: 130 RMB
Discounted Ticket: 110 RMB (Elementary school, middle school, high school, and university students/ disabled persons, and seniors over 65 with a valid ID)
Free Admission: Red Brick Art Museum members, children under 1.2 m (Every child must be accompanied by at least one ticketed adult)


100 meters  west of the intersection between Maquanying West Road and  Shunbai Road, Hegezhuang Village, Cuigezhuang Township, Chaoyang District, Beijing

Open Time:

Summer: May 1-September 30, 10:00-18:00 (Last entry at 17:30)

Winter: October 1-April 30, 10:00-17:30 (Last entry at 17:00)

Closed Monday (Except for public holidays)


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