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No.4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100015, China
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This bustling area is a hub for contemporary Chinese art with a wide array of different styles. This old factory compound has been perfectly converted to house numerous galleries and bookshops & cafes.
We walked around the 798 Art District for an hour on our way to a flight from Beijing Capital Airport. It's an interesting concept with art galleries, coffee shops, and art related shops built in a formerly industrial area. It reminded me of what Soho...More
This is not a gallery it is a district. Great art, fun eats and interesting things to see even on the street along the way. Their are some galleries within where you can participate in the artistic process.Have fun and stop for a frozen yogurt.
What used to be a war factory is now converted into a art zone and offices for innovative stuffs. The place is complete opposite to the city vibes of structures and transport. It still gives you a feel of factory with an artistic touch. Must...More
When people think of Beijing, they often think of imagery like Tiananmen Square, uniform, authoritarian, and intimidating. While some of these perceptions may be justifiable, go to the 798 Art District and you will get to see the artistic side of Beijing, the side to...More
I have traveled to Beijing many times for work and had always wanted to visit 798 but did not have the time. Finally I had an opportunity. My expectations were fairly high because rough guide had noted in an earlier edition that this was one...More
This tourist/art area is one of the more progressive and unique things to visit in Beijing. Some very good restaurants, but some are way overpriced for the quality and style of food. Some of them are simply good at presentation but lacking on taste. Don’t...More
Was billed to me as hip, contemporary art neighbourhood. It does have a cool industrial chic aesthetic with a number of galleries, but the area struck me as quite commercial and fully gentrified at this point. Likely not worth the trouble of venturing so far...More